Beveland unveils new rum and liqueur

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Spanish drinks group Beveland is expanding its portfolio with the introduction of two new products: a brandy barrel-finished rum and an elderflower-flavoured liqueur.

The rum, called Ron Jungla, is made from premium Caribbean rum that has been matured for a second time in Bodegas Suau brandy barrels in Majorca. Bottled at 40% abv, Ron Jungla is said to have an aroma of dried grape, plum, toasted cocoa, and distilled cane sugar molasses, with a “balance of acidity and sweetness” on the palate. Beveland has also unveiled BVLand Elderflower, which is made from macerated and then distilled elderflowers. Different sugars, including maltose, fructose and glucose, are also added to the recipe. The liqueur is said to have an “intensely floral” aroma with a “fresh, lively and young” palate. Last year, Beveland added Marama Spiced Fijian Rum to its range.