Currency and Delivery Country

We're just loading our login box for you, hang on!

The Ru Rum

The story of Coruba Rum begins with its inception in Jamaica, a country with a longstanding tradition of rum-making that dates back to the 17th century. Jamaican rum is celebrated for its full-bodied and robust character, qualities that are vividly present in Coruba. The rum's name itself pays homage to its origins, 'Coruba' being an acronym derived from the phrase 'Company of Rum and Banana'. Although the brand has since shifted its focus solely to rum, this historical linkage highlights the brand’s deep roots in Jamaican culture and commerce.

Coruba Rum is renowned for its rich, dark appearance, which is a result of its meticulous ageing process. The rum is aged in oak barrels, a method that imparts deep, complex flavours and a distinct smoothness to the spirit. This ageing process also contributes to the rum's characteristic dark colour, which sets it apart from lighter rums. The flavours of Coruba are a palette of tropical lushness, featuring notes of molasses, cocoa, and a hint of spice. This profile makes it a favourite among rum aficionados and a versatile choice for a variety of cocktails.

The brand offers several expressions of its rum, catering to different tastes and preferences. From the classic dark rum, ideal for mixing in cocktails, to more aged varieties that can be savoured neat or on the rocks, Coruba’s range showcases the versatility and depth of Jamaican rum.

Read more
Sort by
Advanced search
Age in years
Bottling year
Alcohol by volume
Distilleries & brands
User rating
Bottle size
Showing 1 - 1 out of 1
Sort by