It is not uncommon to come across a delicious rum from Germany nowadays. Revolte Rum from Rhineland-Palatinate is one of the promising contenders for the German rum throne. The drink was developed by young entrepreneur Felix Kaltenthaler, who imports finest molasses from Papua New Guinea for this endeavour. He ferments it with the use of specifically created yeast and distils it with the help of counterflow rectification, which is more commonly used in Germany for the production of corn schnapps and fruit brandy. Finally, Revolte Rum spends six months in stoneware barrels, in which it gains its roundness and delicious taste.
Why is the drink called Revolte Rum? One possible explanation can be found in its heritage. The rum comes from the city of Worms, which saw the rebellion of Martin Luther against the Catholic Church. If you end up being in need of a small revolution, Revolte Rum will pose the perfect companion!
|Type of rum||others|
|Ageing time||6 month(s)|
|Country of origin||Germany|
|Manufacturer or importer||Revolte Rum, An der Brennerei 14, 67593 Westhofen, Germany|
|Additional information||contains colouring|