The production of rum is a key part of the cultural identity of the Caribbean. For generations, nations throughout the region have made rum for consumption at home and export abroad. Because of rum’s ubiquity and the sizeable industry that surrounds it within this locale, it’s seen as the region’s signature drink, in the same way as wine in Italy, or sake in Japan.
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