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So I've been listening to "The Rumcast" podcast and these guys seem very well connected and have a good feel for what is happening on the global rum market. Also, they do a really nice job of breaking down some of the more esoteric talking points of some of their pretty esteemed guests.
Though I will say that I wish they would give a bit more love to the smaller (US) domestic distilleries. Guys like our very own @CothermanDistilling company and Rollins Distillery (among others) are doing a great job and absolutely pointed in the right direction.
I digress. One of the reoccurring themes on the podcast is how the unaged rums seem to be gaining traction. Though I am not quite clear what precisely constitutes "unaged" ?
Anyway my point is that I feel like new make rum is on it's way to becoming more marketable / desirable.
Anyone else feel the same? Thoughts?
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