By Roshni Bajaj Sanghvi
The third-largest selling rum in the world has never been advertised. Its biggest advertisers are its fans who each have opinions as potent as the alcohol content in the squat, textured bottle.
Old-time drinkers will insist it has notes of vanilla and chocolate. They will be shot down by others who find toffee, nutmeg and pepper. I have seen online reviews that gush about its flavors of maple, brown butter, oak, dried herbs and leather. The only thing everyone seems to agree on, really, is that it is delicious. Read More