Sea Wynde Pot Still Rum
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Long before factories made rum with test-tube yeast grown in a lab, there was traditional rum made like Sea Wynde. Old Caribbean rum was fermented using natural wild yeasts from the same island where the sugar cane was grown. Natural island yeasts gave the rums of old a special tangy taste that was enjoyed across every sea, and around the world. Today Sea Wynde rum is made using natural wild yeasts on the Island of Jamaica, just as it was in the golden age of the Caribbean. That gives Sea Wynde the distinctive tangy taste that seamen once crossed the world for.
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