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RUM

Rum (in French rhum, in English rum, in Spanish ron) is produced by distilling an infusion of fermented sugar, coming from sugar cane, and water. If you use pure canned sugar as sugar, you get a far superior quality agricolerum, normally distilled with a discontinuous alembic, like the best cognac and scotch whiskey. If, instead, molasses are used for the infusion, which is the residue of the sugar extract from cane juice, an industrial rum is obtained, for which a column distiller is normally used.