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Welcome to our Rum Tasting Flights

 

We have pulled together for you a selection of rum flights - based around the key distillation processes used in rum, each with their own distinct flavour. Find the one thats right for you.

For more information on our rum flights give us a call 020 7607 0766, or simply:

 
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1. British Heavy Pot Still Rums

Pot still rum is made from molasses using traditional methods of rum making. Producing rums that have a full body with bouquet of aromas and very rich on flavours. This is artisanal way of making rum; it is all in the hands of the master distiller who when to stop the distillation according to the style of rum he or she wants to create.

At Laki Kane, we adore our pot still rums, so we have put together a selection of three of the best examples of this approach to rum making:

  1. Appleton Estate 12 Year Rare Blend – Jamaican

  2. Mount Gay XO (Extra Old) – Barbados

  3. El Dorado 12 – Guyana

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2. Spanish Light Column Still Rums

At the beginning of 19th century, Irish inventor Aeneas Coffey invented the Coffey still, also known today as continuous still or column still. A less labour intense distillation process than the traditional pot still, and yielding a lighter style of alcohol. The first country that introduced light column still rums was Cuba and light Spanish-style rums were born.

At Laki Kane, we love our Spanish Light Column Still Rums, so we have put together a selection of three of the best examples of this approach to rum making:

  1. Bacardi Ocho Anos (8 Year) – Puerto Rico (Cuba originally)

  2. Don Q Añejo – Puerto Rico

  3. Flor De Caña 12 – Nicaragua

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3. Spiced Rums

Originally Spiced Rum was made using a maceration of spices in rum, filtration and then the addition of sugar. This process is very labour intensive and as spices are expensive, the product isn’t always very cost effective. Therefore, most of today’s Spiced Rums are made using essences, a lot of sugar and a cheaper base rum.

Spiced Rum is widely considered to be easier to drink due to the introduction of this sweetness and pleasant flavours. As a result, Spiced Rum is the fastest growing category in today’s market.

To give you the best of the best, we have curated a selection of three examples of this approach to rum making:

  1. Chairman’s Spiced – Saint Lucia

  2. Pusser’s Spiced – Guyana

  3. Our Spiced Dry Rum – United Kingdom

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4. Agricole Rums

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  1. Chairman’s Spiced – Saint Lucia

  2. Pusser’s Spiced – Guyana

  3. Our Spiced Dry Rum – United Kingdom

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5. Premium Rums

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  1. Chairman’s Spiced – Saint Lucia

  2. Pusser’s Spiced – Guyana

  3. Our Spiced Dry Rum – United Kingdom

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6. The Diversity of Rum

Rum is by nature a spirit of diversity; it brings together cultures, races, identities and characters from all walks of life to share in the spirit of celebration.

At Laki Kane, we are proud of the diversity of rum and its ability to bring people together. So we have put together a little ode to the diversity of rums with seven of the best examples of the wide variety of rum available today.

Our chosen rums are as follows:

  1. Rum Bar Gold – Jamaican – Pot Still

  2. Bacardi Añejo Cuatro – Cuban – Multi-Column

  3. HSE Elevé Sous Bois – Martinique – Agricole

  4. Santa Teresa 1796 – Venezuela – Solera, Column & Pot Still Blend

  5. Pusser’s Gunpowder – Guyana – Navy Style Blend

  6. Pusser’s Spiced – Guyana – Spiced

  7. Our Own Spiced Dry Rum – London, UK – Spiced Dry

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 Location

144-145 Upper Street
London, N1 1QY

Opening Hours

Monday: 5:00pm – 12.30am
Tuesday: 5:00pm – 12.30am
Wednesday: 5:00pm – 12.30am
Thursday: 5:00pm – 1.30am
Friday: 5:00pm – 2.30am
Saturday: 5:00pm – 2.30am
Sunday: 5:00pm – 1.30am

Please note that our bar service finishes 30 minutes prior to closing.

 
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