Great in daiquiris or a surprisingly pleasant substitute for cachaça in a caiparhina. The grassy, earthy cane undertones add exceptional depth of flavor to all of your classic rum cocktails.
Mochi/sweet rice, raw cane
Medium, hints of sherry, white tea
Pure Cane Syrup - Raw, unprocessed cane syrup from the Steen family in Louisiana Raw Sugar
Cane - Fresh raw domestic sugar cane from two family growers in Florida and Louisiana
Pure Colorado Water - Our water comes from one of the most protected and highest quality native water basins in the country.
Dry Land Distillers Pure Cane Rum begins with raw sugar cane, fresh pressed cane syrup and rocky mountain water. The cane is pasteurized and quickly cooled prior to fermentation. The raw sugar cane gives our yeast lots of natural sugars and nutrients, resulting in a slow and steady fermentation (unlike most processed sugar or molasses rum). We complete a single distillation in our custom pot still to retain the delicious earthy, caramel notes rarely found in most highly processed rum.
Our silver rum has a rich, toffee nose, a creamy mouthfeel, and incredible depth of flavor with hints of grass and earth from the raw cane.
Cane Rum: Denver International Spirits Competition Silver Medal
- 1 ½ oz. Pineapple Juice
1 ½ oz Dry Land Distillers Pure Cane Silver Rum
½ oz. Dry Land Distillers Pure Cane Gold Rum
¼ oz. Cherry Juice
¾ oz. Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice
¾ oz. Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice
1/4- 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup (To Taste)
4 Drops Orange Bitters
- 1Get your glassware ready. We serve our Dry Tai in a large rocks glass with ice.
- 2Fill your cocktail shaker with ice and add 1 ½ ounces of Pure Cane Silver Rum and ½ ounce of Pure Cane Gold Rum.
- 3Add the juices, the bitters, and the simple syrup to the shaker. Shake well for 10 –15 seconds.
- 4Strain into your prepared glass and top with additional ice as needed.
- 5Garnish with a slice of orange and a preserved cherry.
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