Drew pirates and buccaneers – as the first consumer Roma beautiful kreolok in bulk decorations, black men. Later the French label have experienced different trends of fashion and art – Art Nouveau, Art Deco, the era of jazz. And rum has to compete with other strong drink. Today, French Roma – from Guadeloupe and Martinique – considered among the finest in world. Dry Law played his role and Prohibition in the U.S. (1920-1933 gg.). Over 13 years 'non-alcoholic' America was attacked from the sea, illegal vendors Roma.
Pirates, may already have in the past, but their spirit is just moved to the smugglers: they business was profitable, but very dangerous. Ships with rum "surrounded" the country within a radius of 3 miles from the border (Rum line) and waited for unloading. Off the coast of New York and Philadelphia, sometimes going right to 60 "piece of plate." In the smuggling of rum many were involved, including the famous Al Capone. Smuggling ended abolition of Prohibition, and the popularity of Roma remained. How to make raw material for rum rum is sugar cane. The drink is made from molasses – molasses, away from sugar production. Stem cane crush and squeeze.
The resulting juice is filtered and boiled – to the state of syrup. Sugar crystals are removed during cooking. is blackstrap. It is diluted with water, add yeast and ferment. The resulting Braga subjected to distillation. The result is rum. Rum kicked in two ways – in the traditional copper distiller and in distillation columns.