5 Minutes of RUM!

5 Minutes of Rum

If you love rum you need to listen to “5 Minutes of Rum” – which is notes of rum, 5 minutes at a time. It`s a great podcast that is just starting out and episode 5 is just out. You can find it on the web – here – and then you can also find it on itunes if type in “5 minutes of rum”.

It`s made by Kevin Upthegrove aka heylownine and it´s a great podcast and who doesn´t have five minutes for rum?

The five episodes are these and talks about:

Episode 1 - 

Barbados (wikipedia) Plantation rum -  Plantation Grande Reserve 5 years  - Ministry of Rum

OXO citrus squeezer - Beachbum Berry - Grog Log - Beachbum Berry Remixed

 

Episode 2 - 

Regional variations of rum - Don Q Cristal - Syrup bottles (Cost Plus)

Google search for history of the Daiquiri

 

Episode 3 - 

Regional variations of rum - Solera - Coruba rum - Coruba Dark Jamaican rum: Ministry of Rum –

A Mountain of Crushed Ice passion fruit recipe - BG Reynolds passion fruit syrup

- Monin passion fruit syrup - Beachbum Berry Remixed - Trader Vic’s Tiki Party

 

Episode 4 - 

Microdistillery (wikipedia) - Portland’s Distillery Row - House Spirits

Photos of House Spirits (Flickr) - Smuggler’s Cove Triumverate Rum

Old Fashioned Glass (wikipedia) - Aeration of wine

 

Episode 5 - 

Rhum Agricole (wikipedia) - Rhum Agricole - Martinique (wikipedia)

Martinique AOC specification - Rhum JM - ‘Ti Punch @ RumDood.com

 

So go and check it out! it only takes 5 minutes per episode! and you learn a lot plus there´s recipes on the website.

3 Replies to “5 Minutes of RUM!”

  1. These podcasts have been very good. I am enjoying them very much, and when I have had the spotlight rums on hand I have been like Pavlov’s dog bending to the power of suggestion and uncorking the bottles to play along. Put quite a dent in the Coruba and Rhum JM bottles the other day and I blame Kevin!

  2. Thank you for listening *and* for writing about it on your site. Your blog is one of my “go to” cocktail reference sites.

    After I get through the run of episodes I’ve plotted out, perhaps I can use one of your original cocktails on an episode?

    Thanks again!

    kevin

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