Guatemalan Rum is distilled from fermented virgin sugar cane syrup–not from molasses.
Because of the frequent earthquakes in Guatemala, barrels are stored upright, rather than on their side. Some Rums are aged using the sistema solera process, which leads to the gradual blending of Spirits of different ages.
Guatemala also requires that the fresh Spirit is put into the barrel at no more than 60% ABV. The aging warehouses are at very high altitudes, where temperatures are cooler and more consistent year-round, thus suitable for a slooooow aging process.
Guatemalan Rum is best savored on its own, but it also works well in some cocktails. If we could recommend only one Guatemalan Rum, it would be ...Nah, you'll just have to try them yourself.
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