Infused with tropical fruits and Scotch Bonnet Pepper for that extra kick
Sugar House rum takes inspiration for its name from the original 17th Century rum producers of Scotland, the Glasgow Sugar Houses. There were four Sugar Houses in total that refined the imported sugar from the West Indies to sell to local merchants. They also figured out that they could make use of the molasses by-product from the sugar refining process to make rum, so there was rum being made in Scotland as far back as 1676!
Sugar House rum is produced at Strathleven Distillery, which is located in Dumbarton, not far outside of Glasgow.
Their rum is made from scratch using a premium grade of cane molasses, distiller’s yeast, Scottish water and their own blend of nutrients. Sugar House’s third addition to their line-up is a Scotch Bonnet spiced rum which again uses the same base but at 47% is infused with tropical fruits and Scotch Bonnet Chilli’s for that extra kick.
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x1 Witch Kings Bartender Syrups – Hibiscus
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