United States – 9th June, 2014 – Denizen has introduced a blog section to its website for Rum Lovers. Denizen is a rebellious blend of three different styles of rum from Trinidad and Jamaica meticulously selected by master blenders in Amsterdam.
Denizen has introduced a blog section to its website to provide complete information to the people who love rum drinks, distilled alcoholic beverages, refreshing rum delights and rum cocktails. The website is user friendly and designed to provide everything about rum drinks, rum cocktails, rum runners, and much more to people.
Denizen is versatile rum that is best served in bright bold mixed drinks or long in a refreshing carbonated lemonade drink adorned with fresh mint. People love to have it parties and events in order to blend aristocracy.
The rums included in the final blend primarily include charcoal filtered aged rum from the famed Angostura distillery in Trinidad that has been distilled in continuous column stills and aged up to 5 years in small American oak barrels to impart a rich and refined flavor.
With its bold yet perfectly smooth flavor, Denizen offers a brand new twist to the traditional rum cocktail. Fun bright flavors and green sugar cane aromas burst alive on the nose with some old school rum funkiness on the palate. A light rum with the qualities of a fine aged spirit, Denizen is a versatile rum that is best served in bright bold mixed drinks or long in a refreshing carbonated lemonade drink adorned with fresh mint.
The website also reveals various rum cocktails for rum enthusiasts. The website has a blog section, which is very informative and a real treasure for people.
For more information about Fresh-squeezed limejuice, muddled mint leaves, Trinidad and Jamaica rum drinks, classic mixed drinks with rum, tropical rum drink, rum cocktails, rum runners, Denizen etc. please visit: Denizenrum.com
Denizen is a rebellious blend of three different styles of rum from Trinidad and Jamaica meticulously selected by master blenders in Amsterdam who have been handcrafting small-batch Caribbean style rums dating back to the early 1700s, when The Netherlands colonized much of the Caribbean.
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