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Difference between White Rum and Dark Rum

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The categories of "white rum" and "dark rum" have never really been valid. Color is commonly added in the form of the common spirits coloring called E-150a. Much rum that would ordinarily be white or very light straw in color is often colored to look older than it is. Age statements are untrustworthy as no rum is aged in bonded and supervised warehouses. True aged rums are in fact darker, but again, more color is added to attain impossible amber and mahogany color. All this is to say that rogue rum is a completely untrustworthy spirit. Those who choose a rum by color are fooling themselves only. At The Rum Project we are dedicated to the very few pure and unadulterated rums that are not altered in any way.

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