About Ten To One Bundle
Coming from Ten To One, a brand known for changing the perception of Caribbean rum, this bundle introduces you to two award-winning premium expressions, each garnering numerous accolades in their respective category.
First, we have their extra-proof expression, Ten To One White Rum, which is an unaged blend of Dominican column still rum and pot still Jamaican rum. It's finished in ex-bourbon casks and then filtered to remove the color. Without any additives, sugar, artificial color, or flavoring, this enticing rum delivers a clean, smooth finish and elevates any rum-forward cocktail to new heights. Designed for mixing, it was named the "Most Awarded Rum of 2021" with the title "Best of Class" and a Platinum Medal at the 2020 LA Spirits Awards.
"A beautiful white rum... much more complex than all the other white rums we’ve ever tasted."
"Excellent with a complexity and assertiveness of flavor that works wonderfully in a variety of cocktails."
Ten To One Dark Rum is a blend of 8YO Barbados and Dominican column still rums, a Jamaican pot still rum, and a Trinidadian rum. A beautifully complex blend, it’s aged in ex-bourbon casks and crafted without any additives, sugar, or artificial flavoring. Bottled at 80 proof, this exquisite blend was awarded Gold Medals at the SF World Spirits Competition and Sip Awards, respectively, as well as 93 Points by Wine Enthusiast.
""This is an extraordinary sipper and mixer…" not overly sweet with just a hint of that Jamaican rum funk hidden beneath the surface."
"Best rum, period."
Amanda Victoria, LA Spirits Awards
Ten To One was founded and launched in 2019 by Caribbean son, Marc Farrell who was born and raised in Trinidad. Named after a phrase by Trinidad and Tobago's first Prime Minister, Ten To One is a brand that is "elevated, but not exclusive." Narrating a contemporary story of authentic Caribbean culture, the brand's goal stretches beyond simply bringing Caribbean rum to the US and global market, but rather reimagining rum and "broadening and challenging the current perception around rum and the occasions for which it might be considered the spirit of choice for today’s consumer," says Marc Farrell.
Rum history allegedly started in the Carribiens in the 17th century when they started to ferment and distill molasses, a byproduct of sugar production. Most of the Rum is aged in oak or ex-wine casks, giving its color and flavor.
We distinguish between 4 different Rum categories, where white or unaged rum is mainly used in cocktails, while dark, spiced, and añejo (aged) rum are mostly enjoyed neat.
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