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Bacardi Rum

Bacardi is one of the most popular rums in the world. Bacardi has a long history, dating back to the early 19th century. Bacardi is made from sugar cane and is known for its smooth taste. Bacardi is a versatile rum that can be used in a variety of cocktails.

Bacardi was established by a Spaniard who emigrated to Cuba during the early 20th century. Don Facundo Bacardi Masso was born in 1814 in Catalonia and arrived in Santiago in his early teens. Facundo set about producing smooth, refined rums. His methods involved barrel ageing and charcoal filtration. Along with brother José, Facundo Bacardi established the distillery in 1862.

The Bacardi building also housed a population of fruit bats, thus the logo emblazoned on every bottle.

Bacardi is a versatile rum that can be used in a variety of cocktails. Bacardi cocktails are refreshing and perfect for any occasion. Bacardi Superior can be used to make a classic mojito or a refreshing daiquiri. Bacardi Gold is perfect for making a golden margarita, or an exotic piña colada. Bacardi 8 can be used to make a sophisticated old fashioned or a unique twist on a classic rum and Coke.

After the Cuban War of Independence, some of the most popular cocktails were created in Cuba. Amongst their number were the Cuba Libre and the Daiquiri - both of which were conceived with Bacardi rum.

Ernest Hemingway was said to request his daiquiri be made with Bacardi White Rum. In 1930, Bacardi acquired a bottling plant in Mexico to sustain the massive influx of orders. A Bacardi distillery was acquired in Puerto Rico, where Bacardi produces today. Bacardi rum has remained the number one best-selling spirit in the United States for over twenty-five years.

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