Virtual Rum Tasting Singapore, 13th September 2021

8 Sep 2021

Fresh cane juice or molasses? Pot or column distilled? Aged a little or a lot or not at all? In case you have not checked into the rum category lately, there’s lots to catch up on, and we are here to tell you that there is, in fact, a rum for everyone.

Known for its part in tropical and tiki cocktails but also stellar in more brooding spirit-forward libations like Old-fashioned and El Presidente, Rum is regaining its popularity and making its way back inland.

Follow along and delve into the world of the legendary spirit that is rum, on 13th September 2021 at Conrad Centennial Hotel in Singapore at 13h00 Singapore time (10h00 local time). Discover the colourful history of Mauritian rums and sample a carefully chosen selection of this incredibly diverse spirits on our 100% interactive Hybrid Rum Tasting event in Singapore.

Mauritian rum is evolving in status, from a spirit found in vacation cocktails to one that is increasingly praised for its diverse flavours and uses. Mauritius stands as one of the few countries that produces both Agricultural rum, a rum distilled from the juice of fresh-cut sugar cane & Traditional rum, molasses-based rum. With such a rich seam of history and heritage to draw on, Mauritius has successfully positioned itself as a sourcing destination of choice for quality and premium spirits.

What’s included:

  • Insights on the Alcoholic Beverages industry of Mauritius.
  • Trade and Investment opportunities in the sector.
  • Virtual Masterclass led by our local manufacturers.
  • A guided rum tasting with rum samples.

Join EDB for an interactive session full of insights and helpful tips from industry experts.

Due to unprecedented times, in-person attendance is limited, and this event is exclusively by invitation-only. If you are based in Singapore and wish to attend this event, kindly contact Mr. Vikash Ramdin on Alternatively, you may join the online session here.

View our programme of event in the pdf below

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