Rum & Cachaca

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Ron Matusalem Solera 7 Rum (700ml)

Ron Matusalem Solera 7 Rum (700ml)

$64.99 Bottle
Admiral Rodney Extra Old St. Lucia Rum (700ml)

Admiral Rodney Extra Old St. Lucia Rum (700ml)

$120.00 Bottle
Agua Luca  Cachaca (750ml)

Agua Luca Cachaca (750ml)

$59.99 Bottle
Angostura 1824 12 Year Old Rum (700ml)

Angostura 1824 12 Year Old Rum (700ml)

$99.99 Bottle
Angostura 1919 8 Year Old Rum (700ml)

Angostura 1919 8 Year Old Rum (700ml)

$69.99 Bottle
Angostura Reserva White Rum (700ml)

Angostura Reserva White Rum (700ml)

$44.99 Bottle
Appleton Estate 21 Year Old Rum (750ml)

Appleton Estate 21 Year Old Rum (750ml)

$225.00 Bottle
Appleton Estate Reserve Blend Rum (700ml)

Appleton Estate Reserve Blend Rum (700ml)

$59.99 Bottle
Appleton Estate Signature Blend Rum (700ml)

Appleton Estate Signature Blend Rum (700ml)

$44.99 Bottle
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Rum: Besides whisky - possibly the only other wood-aged spirit capable of arousing the same passions comes from ‘the reed which brings forth honey’ (without the help of bees)– mainly because it’s capable of a similar dizzying complexity and diversity that whisky achieves. If you haven't been inspired to try the aged rums of the Caribbean then you’ve got a lot to look forward to. This applies not only to those who’ve never moved beyond Bundaberg and Coke since high school, but more so to those who are serious about wine, whisky and brandy - in short, those of us who are passionate about ‘flavour’.

Quality Caribbean rum has as many permutations of aromas, tastes, textures and strengths as any group of wines or spirits. We now have access to many small and large producers who are vying for attention and the very reasonable prices mean rum is not just a passing fad. Aside from the familiar Caribbean island groups, more and more people are becoming aware of a ‘mainland’ rum tradition. Think Nicaragua, Gautemala, Panama or Venezuela. Then there's the rare Rum Agricoles, as well as emerging Australian Rum producers too! You can probably tell we're a little 'rum mad'. In fact, Nicks Wine Merchants stock the biggest selection of Rum online in Australia.  If you'd like to learn more about rum, click here.