Callisto Botanical Rum

Callisto Botanical Rum

Callisto Botanical Rum

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Bottle Size: 750 ML

Embark on a journey of botanical discovery with Callisto Botanical Rum, a unique expression that marries the vibrant flavors of rum with the exotic allure of botanicals. Crafted with precision and innovation, this exceptional rum invites you to explore a world of botanical delights, where each sip is a celebration of nature's bounty.

Callisto Botanical Rum begins its journey with the finest Caribbean sugarcane, harvested at the peak of ripeness and transformed into molasses. Distilled with meticulous care in copper pot stills, the rum captures the essence of the tropics, with notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak.

What sets Callisto apart is its infusion of hand-selected botanicals, carefully sourced from around the globe. Each botanical – from aromatic spices to fragrant herbs – is meticulously chosen to complement and enhance the rum's natural flavors, creating a harmonious blend that is both complex and intriguing.

On the nose, Callisto Botanical Rum delights with aromas of citrus zest, tropical fruits, and exotic spices, evoking images of lush botanical gardens and sun-drenched orchards. Subtle hints of floral notes dance in the background, adding depth and complexity to the aroma.

Upon the first sip, Callisto Botanical Rum envelops the palate with a velvety smoothness and a burst of botanical flavor. Layers of citrus, herbs, and spices mingle with the rum's rich caramel and vanilla base, creating a symphony of taste that evolves with each sip.

Versatile and adventurous, Callisto Botanical Rum is perfect for savoring neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for creative cocktails. Whether enjoyed in moments of relaxation or shared among friends, it promises to elevate any occasion with its unique blend of rum and botanicals.

Embrace the spirit of exploration and indulge in the exotic flavors of Callisto Botanical Rum. With each sip, you'll discover a new dimension of taste and embark on a journey through the vibrant world of botanicals. Raise a glass and toast to the beauty of nature with Callisto Botanical Rum.

 

Appearance: Callisto Botanical Rum displays a golden amber hue in the glass, hinting at the richness of its flavor profile.

Nose: Enticing aromas of tropical fruits, citrus zest, and exotic spices greet the senses, inviting exploration of its botanical complexity. Subtle floral notes add depth and intrigue, evoking images of vibrant botanical gardens.

Palate: Upon the first sip, Callisto Botanical Rum captivates the palate with its velvety texture and burst of botanical flavors. Citrus, herbs, and spices intertwine harmoniously with the rum's caramel and vanilla base, creating a symphony of taste that dances across the tongue.

Finish: The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering echoes of botanicals and rum that leave a lasting impression. A subtle warmth envelops the palate, inviting contemplation and appreciation of the rum's intricate craftsmanship.

The rum is distilled twice in simple pot stills, producing a distillate of clear colour that turns to a golden hue as the distillate takes up substances from the oak of the wooden puncheons used for storage during the aging period. Colour is deepened by the addition of caramel after aging.The traditional history of modern-style rum tells of its invention in the Caribbean, in the 17th century, by slaves on sugarcane plantations, who discovered that molasses, a by-product of the sugar refining process, could be fermented into alcohol, and then distilled.
Fermentation. Whether you're making rum with sugar cane juice, syrup, or molasses, all of them will need to be converted into booze via fermentation. For this you need yeast. Rum distilleries will often have proprietary strains of yeast, mostly cultured yeasts, but natural yeast can be used too.
Basically, it's rum that's flavored with botanicals like fresh or dried herbs, spices and edible flowers. Usually, the base is white rum. And, like most types of rum, there are no geographical restrictions, so it can be made pretty much anywhere.

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