Visiting the island of Mauritius has ecstatically topped many bucket lists, but savoring on the Mauritian rum has even outreached some more. Hence, get over the Caribbean and acknowledge the beauty of traditional rum derived from the raw canes in the most eco-friendly way till date. Besides the posh resorts and extravagant day tours, the authentic taste and the rich aroma of the bitter liquid have been appraised by innumerable visitors.
Agricultural Production of Rum
The agricultural production of rum is known to have faced serious bans from the government until the year 2006, when the production was made legal. Since then, the island has successfully established many mega-distilleries for purifying massive quantities of fermented sugarcane every day. Since 2006, innumerable tourists gather here to relish on the Mauritian rum and taste the brilliant liquid in its raw form. Experimentalists have also devised ways of incorporating extracts of coconut and passion fruit to create invaluable flavors of the delicacy.
Unlike the Agricole rum, the traditional rum is produced from distilled molasses of sugarcane. Though the former form of rum is known for its brilliant taste and extravagant quality, the latter is known for being produced on a larger scale and does not involve the direct consumption of sugarcane itself. Just like the distinct textures of Caribbean rum, Mauritius too strives towards excelling in every shade from light to dark by altering the time of fermentation.
Mauritian Spiced Rum
Mauritius is known to have remained the world's topmost spice producing island before stepping into the world of molasses. Hence, it is no surprise that Mauritius has skillfully developed its authentic varieties of spiced rums and is ruling the hearts on a global scale.