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Seven Tiki Fijian Rum With Spices And Natural Flavors

DBR Staff Writer Published 10 June 2009

Rum reportedly made from the molasses of Polynesian sugar cane, spices and virgin water

Seven Tiki has introduced spiced Rum, a Fijian rum with spices and other natural flavors which has been rolled out in California and Florida, in the US.

This spiced rum is reportedly made from the molasses of Polynesian sugar cane, spices and virgin water drawn from deep beneath the Fiji's volcanic highlands.

The company said, the result is a 35% alcohol by volume rum that is smoother with the flavor of fresh sugar cane, Polynesian fruit, coffee and hints of cherry and chocolate accompanied by an aroma of vanilla and light creme caramel.

Brian LePorin, senior brand manager of Seven Tiki, said: Seven Tiki is a premium alternative to common, mass-produced spiced rums. Seven TikiI has outstanding flavor and smoothness derived from superior ingredients: molasses from fine Polynesian sugar cane, sun baked Indonesian nutmeg, Madagascar vanilla beans and untouched Fijian water.