10 Cane

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10 Cane is a premium rum brand that was launched by Moët Hennessy in 2005. The name "10 Cane" refers to the traditional method of harvesting sugar cane by hand in bundles of ten.

History[edit | edit source]

Moët Hennessy, a large luxury goods conglomerate, introduced 10 Cane as a high-end rum. The brand was marketed as a "luxury" rum, with a focus on its quality ingredients and production process.

Production[edit | edit source]

10 Cane rum was initially produced in Trinidad, using first press Trinidadian sugar cane juice. The juice was fermented for two days, distilled in a French pot still, and then aged in French oak barrels for up to six months. The rum was then filtered, but not chill-filtered, to preserve its unique flavors.

In 2015, the production of 10 Cane was moved to Barbados, and the rum was re-formulated. The new version of 10 Cane is made from a blend of rums distilled from both sugar cane juice and molasses.

Taste and Serving[edit | edit source]

10 Cane is often described as having a light, smooth taste with notes of tropical fruits, vanilla, and spices. It is often enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or used as a premium ingredient in cocktails.

Reception[edit | edit source]

10 Cane has been well received by critics and consumers alike, praised for its smoothness and complexity of flavor. It has also been featured in numerous cocktail competitions and has won several awards for its quality.

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