This Portuguese rum will make you feel like in the Caribbean
BRANCA is the Portuguese rum made in the Madeira archipelago, becoming the only white rum from this region.
This rum is produced with sugar cane from the region, making a fresh juice, without the use of molasses, which is worth the name of agricole rum, such as Martinican rum.
The aromas that predominate in Branca rum are coconut and pineapple. On the palate, it is round and silky and as it is not aged in oak barrels we can notice the absence of spicy notes.
Branca Special Distillation Agricole rum produced by J. Faria & Filhos is available at a price of $45.50 per bottle in presentations of 700 ml.
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