Étiquette : cocktail à base de rhum

A suggestion for moving forward: “rhum traditionnel”

It is true that there is a lack of clarity concerning the amount of sugar in certain rums (which could soon be improved by nutritional information labels on spirits), and equally that one often imagines that rum producers use local sugarcane juice, or molasses from local sugar refineries, even though the molasses could, in fact, have come from several thousand kilometres away as many islands no longer have refineries.

The barmen’s view on Plantation Pineapple (3/3)

With all the enthusiasm created by Plantation Pineapple stinggin’s fancy, we had a lot of fun asking a group of french bartenders what they thought about the star product of 2016. we continue with Yannick Bucco of willie carter sharpe, a wonderful bar in Montpellier, inspired by The Speakeasy.

The barmen’s view on Plantation Pineapple : 2/3 Nico de Soto

With all the enthusiasm created by Plantation Pineapple stinggin’s fancy, we had a lot of fun asking a group of french bartenders what they thought about the star product of 2016. We continue with the modest Nico de Soto, the founder of two renowned bars, in Paris and New York.