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Greet This Winter the Caribbean Way

In these coming winter breaks, there are two things that can happen. One,
you’re a college going student who is going to vacation in a pleasant place after
a long semester. Two, you work in an office and you can’t wait for a vacation
from all the board meetings, presentations and work after a long year. But one
thing that’s sure to happen is that you’re going to drink rum mixed with your
favourite juice or tonic. But that is the beauty of this sugary spirit. It’s most
likely one of the few drinks that can give you absolute peace if relaxation is an
agenda, and judging by the season, it is.

But before you go off to that long vacation on some island, here are a few facts
you should know about this wonderfully happy drink.

1. The predecessors to rum date back to ancient India and China where
sugarcane was used to produce fermented drinks.

2. The first distillation of rum started in the 1620s, when Caribbean
plantation slaves discovered by accident that molasses, a by-product of
sugar refining, could be fermented into something called rum (the name
came later on).
3. The origin of the word ‘Rum’ is widely disputed, but some etymologists
claim that it was taken from the last syllable for the Latin word for sugar
saccharum.
4. In the 17th century, rum was considered as a go-to beauty product for its
ability to clean hair and strengthen it.
5. Jamaica's Wray & Nephew own the most expensive rum in the world —
there are four remaining bottles from the 1940s going for a whopping
INR 2,71,5736. That’s a lot for a bottle.

Since you now know a little bit of history behind Rum, we would like to tell you
about High field Jolt XXX Rum. This esteemed spirit is also considered as one of
the best rum in India. So if you were searching for rum in India, don’t dismiss
Jolt XXX Rum just yet, try it and then you be the judge.

Contact Details
Contact Name

:

Highfield Distillers & Bottlers Pvt. Ltd.

Address
Phase-1

:

211, Industrial Business Park
Chandigarh 160002.

Contact no.

:

(+91)-9780503372

E-mail

:

highfielddbl211@gmail.com


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