About Rum and Cane Spirits from Bahamas

About Rum  and  Cane Spirits from Bahamas
The Bahamas is known for it’s easy-drinking white, gold, dark, and aged rums that are most often sourced from other islands in the Caribbean and aged in the Bahamas.

Top Picks for Bahamas

Rum and Cane Spirits

FACUNDO Paraiso XA Rum
93 points
Mahogany color. Tropical, nutty aromas of soursop and dried figs and dates, dried mango and papaya, mixed chopped roasted nuts, and smoky oak with a thick, lively, off-dry full body and a peppery, compelling, easy passion fruit glaze, saffron and cola, conditioned leather wallet, and peppercorn sauce finish. A tropical trail mix of a rum for sipping.
Bacardi Gran Reserva Ocho Años Rum
93 points
Brilliant amber color. Delicate, roasted aromas and flavors of pecan pie, tobacco leaves, dark caramel, and minerals with a soft, bright, fruity medium-to-full body and a warming, compelling, medium-length mocha cream, sweet spices, dried fruits, and pepper finish. A delicious, very appealing aged rum that will be very versatile.
93 points $29.99
John Watling’s Amber Rum
90 points
Brilliant gold color. Rich, creamy, roasted aromas of nuts, baked banana, delicate spice, and copper with a soft, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tingling, charming, medium-long plantain, meringue, and delicate fuel-like minerals finish. A nicely layered rum with lots of potstill and fresh cane juice character.
89 points
Opaque clear color. Aromas of fresh cane juice, pineapple upside down cake, and distant passion fruit with a round, crisp, off-dry light-to-medium body and a tingling, engaging, medium-long pineapple rind and taro root custard finish. A lightly fruity rum with just the right amount of funk.
John Watling’s Buena Vista Rum
88 points
Medium amber color. Bright, toasty aromas of roasted nuts, coconut cream and husk, and dried mango with a supple, soft, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a warming, refreshing, medium-length oak, leather, nutshells, and pepper finish. A solid, well aged rum.