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La Colombe Different Drum Rum

Do you take your coffee with a little sugar? Or maybe your rum with a little coffee infusion? Either way, Different Drum Rum is breaking the mold. It certainly isn't anything like most liqueurs with coffee, that are so sticky sweet they taste candy. Instead, Different Drum uses a pressurized gas that disrupts the coffee-bean cells, releasing the intended flavors of the beans rather than a sugar overload. It's a smooth sipping rum unlike any you've tried before.

  • Zaya Gran Reserva Rum

    Usually, when you think of rum you probably wonder what you should mix it with.
    Well with Zaya Gran Reserva Rum ($30), you can wonder no more. Zaya is a product of Trinidad and Tobago, distilled from sugar cane juice, and aged a minimum of 12 years in small, oak barrels. By the time it fills your glass the vanilla aromas and the taste bring a remarkable balance of sweetness with a small spicy kick. We set aside our preconceived notions about rum and after tasting this, and are glad we did.

  • Ron de Jeremy Rum

    Yes, it's exactly what you think it is. Hand crafted by 72-year old master distiller Francisco "Don Pancho" Fernandez, Ron de Jeremy Rum ($TBA) is a high-end dark rum that's oak aged for seven years, resulting in a rich, smooth flavor with hints of vanilla, sugarcane, fruit, and spices, and comes in a bottle with the Hedgehog's mug on the label. No word yet on whether it has any, ahem, "enhancing" properties. [Thanks, Dennis]