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The traditional rum often comes from using sugarcanes
But here in wee Denmark we can’t grow sugarcanes (to my knowledge) but we have tons and tons of Danish Sugar beets - so why has this not been done before you might ask?
The folks at Samsø Distillery had the exact same thought
This “Råm”, as they call it since its not “Rum” as we know it, is made using Danish sugar beets. This is then fermented to a mash of about 15%, then distilled on their Distillery on Samsø island
The Råm is then aged on Samsø original oak casks, which of course gives color and sweeties, and is then put on bottles and numbered
This will leave you with a subtle vanilla and coco taste and sweetness, finished by a pleasant bitterness - suitable for a cocktail? - Oh yes indeed
SAM’S GREEN OCEANS (inspired by @bon_vivantito
5 cl Råm (@samsislanddistillery
2.5 cl Banane Du Brasil Liqueur (@giffard_liqueurs_syrups
1.5 cl Passionfruit Syrup (@blossomssyrups
1 cl Blue Curacao
1.5 cl Freshly squeezed lemon juice🍋
2 Dashes Aromatic Bitters (@thebittertruthcompany
Dry shake all 15-20 seconds
Ice shake till the sun goes down
Strain into a flute glass filled with clear ice💎
Garnish with a wee Rose leaf of the day🌷
Credit to: @thecocktail.blog
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