Barbary Coast Rhum Agricole
Rhum Agricole Blanc
Raff Distillerie // California, USA
This rhum is named for the nine-block area in San Francisco which was established during the California Gold Rush of 1849. Barbary Coast was a notorious section of town filled with saloons, jazz clubs, and brothels (our kind of place!). This rhum is produced at the Raff Distillerie, established in 2011, on Treasure Island, San Francisco. The sugarcane juice is sourced from Colombia and the rhum is bottled, unaged, at 100-proof.
Rhum Agricole BlancRhum distilled from fresh sugarcane juice. Has either been left alone to rest for 3 months, or if aged in oak, must not exceed 3 months in barrel. In Martinique, must be bottled between 80-110 proof.
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