A behind the scenes discovery how local estate-grown sugar cane is transformed into Rum
What You'll Get
* The Experience Tour is a personalized and extended discovery of the creation of America’s only Single Estate Rum. Highlights include the cultivation of sugar cane at Richland Rum’s own sugar cane Plantation, fermentation, distillation, barrel aging and bottling. The Richland Experience concludes with a private, professionally guided Tasting of 4 select Expressions of Richland Rum.
- Age restriction: must be 21 or older
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must be 21 or older with valid ID to redeem and consume alcohol. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Richland Rum
Each time the team at Richland Rum opens a new barrel of rum, it's like they've crossed the finish line of a long marathon. It's hard to put an exact number on the amount of time and effort that goes into each hand-crafted bottle. Is it 50 - 70, the number of months the rum ages? Or is it 15, the number of years the distillers have taken to hone their proprietary fermentation recipe? You could easily spend hours delving into the process (or take a personalized distillery tour), but here's the basic rundown of how Richland Rum takes pure, unrefined sugarcane (not molasses) and transforms it into award-winning rum:
Richland Rum has only two ingredients: home grown sugar cane and natural spring water from the Georgia Aquifer. Sugar Cane is grown at the proprietor's estate RICHLAND ESTATE. The sugar cane is harvested and condensed into pure unrefined sugar cane syrup. Richland Rum is the only continuous Single Estate Rum Made in the USA.
The sugar cane syrup then travels to the distillery, housed in a historic downtown building. Here, the distiller uses two copper pot stills to make small batches of rum by hand. Finally, the rum ages in virgin American White oak barrels, maturing for up to 40 to 70 months before eligible for bottling.
The Finished Product
A lot of terms can describe Richland Rum's rum. Single estate. Unblended. Naturally gluten-free. In the end, this "field-to-glass" approach creates a rum that's best served neat or on the rocks to ensure each slow sip carries flavors ranging from sugar cane and field flowers to dark chocolate, figs, and oak. no preservatives, no additives.