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Aging Rum

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I use new, charred, American Oak barrels to age in for the first few years.  The rum is then much like a bourbon.  Then from there I start moving it around in a variety of other barrels.

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We are going to market soon with a rum that's aged in cab sauv barrels that underwent no aggressive swelling prior to our refill and all the remnants from the previous fill are significantly impacting the flavor profile. It's pretty tasty.

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