Rhum JM XO
  • Category Agricole Rum
  • Country Martinique
  • Region Caribbean
  • Distillery Rhum J.M
  • Style Rhum Agricole
  • Alcohol 47%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • cinnamon
  • nutty
  • toasted
  • damp
  • earthy
  • mango
  • sage
  • citrus
  • lemon

Rhum J.M

Rhum JM XO (0.7l, 47%)
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Character Goatson
Nature’s child.

In the foothills of Montagne Pelee on the island of Martinique lies JM’s Rum distillery, dating back to the year 1790. The name comes from the initials of Jean-Marie Martin, the founder of the distillery.

Farmers here don’t burn the cane fields after the harvest, they simply proceed to grow bananas or pineapples on it and rotate the cultures with every new crop.

Most Rums are made from molasses, Rhum Agricole howeveris made by distilling sugar cane juice. The distinct character of JM therefore comes from sugar cane that is grown in volcanic soil and damp sea air, resulting in lower sugar content. Additionally, they use fresh spring water to produce their Rum. Coming from Martinique, JM's Rhum Agricole is one of the few with Appellation d’Origine Controlle (AOC), dictating the way sugar cane is grown and processed.

Rhum JM XO is a beautifully expressive Rhum Agricole, blend of at least six years old Rums and aged in re-charred Bourbon barrels. 

  • Category Agricole Rum
  • Country Martinique
  • Region Caribbean
  • Distillery Rhum J.M
  • Style Rhum Agricole
  • Alcohol 47%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
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  • cinnamon
  • nutty
  • toasted
  • damp
  • earthy
  • mango
  • sage
  • citrus
  • lemon
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Each barrel used to age Rhum J.M is charred by igniting a fire to high-proof Rum inside the barrel. The char is scraped, exposing new oak tannins, yielding a Rum rich in color.
Farmers in Martinique don’t burn the cane fields after the harvest, they simply proceed to grow bananas or pineapples on it and rotate the cultures with every new crop.
The distillery's name comes from the initials of Jean-Marie Martin, the founder of the distillery. 
The elevation, Arid volcanic soil and humid sea air create a sugar cane with a lower sugar content, giving J.M Rhums a very distinct character. Farmers in Martinique don’t burn the cane fields after the harvest, they simply proceed to grow bananas or pineapples on it and rotate the cultures with every new crop.
Each barrel charred by igniting a fire to high-proof Rum inside the barrel. The char is scraped, exposing new oak tannins, yielding a Rhum rich in color.
The distillery's name comes from the initials of Jean-Marie Martin, the founder of the distillery.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Each barrel used to age Rhum J.M is charred by igniting a fire to high-proof Rum inside the barrel. The char is scraped, exposing new oak tannins, yielding a Rum rich in color.
Farmers in Martinique don’t burn the cane fields after the harvest, they simply proceed to grow bananas or pineapples on it and rotate the cultures with every new crop.
The distillery's name comes from the initials of Jean-Marie Martin, the founder of the distillery. 
The elevation, Arid volcanic soil and humid sea air create a sugar cane with a lower sugar content, giving J.M Rhums a very distinct character. Farmers in Martinique don’t burn the cane fields after the harvest, they simply proceed to grow bananas or pineapples on it and rotate the cultures with every new crop.
Each barrel charred by igniting a fire to high-proof Rum inside the barrel. The char is scraped, exposing new oak tannins, yielding a Rhum rich in color.
The distillery's name comes from the initials of Jean-Marie Martin, the founder of the distillery.
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