- Region : Kerala
- Website : http://www.wildtiger.in
Let’s raise a Toast to Wild Tiger Special Reserve RUM from India - The land of the Tiger. Wild Tiger is a super premium RUM owing to it's exotic blend...
Let’s raise a Toast to Wild Tiger Special Reserve RUM from India - The land of the Tiger. Wild Tiger is a super premium RUM owing to it's exotic blend and exquisite packaging. It's taken over a decade for this transition from 'Grass to Glass'. Our exotic RUM is aged, blended and bottled in Kerala, India on the banks of the pristine Bharathappuzha river (Southern Ganges). Wild Tiger RUM has been created to serve the discerning consumer a sensory experience like no other and it is distinctively and proudly Indian. Right from the sourcing of the finest ingredients involved in RUM production, to ensuring the quality of the final product, every aspect has been devotedly carried out to perfection so that you can Relish Responsibly. The best way to enjoy this RUM is however you like it. A SOCIAL INNOVATIVE INITIATIVE TO SAVE TIGERS At Wild Tiger RUM the onus is on ourselves and hereby they pledge a part contribution from the sale of each bottle of Wild Tiger RUM towards the conservation of the majestic Tiger and its habitat. Only 2000 Tigers remain in the Indian forests. WTF? That’s right; this figure is down from 40,000 that roamed freely in our forests at the time of Independence. The Royal Bengal Tiger sub species is in grave danger of extinction. Our future generations may never get to see this majestic creature if we do not act now. It’s our call of duty to leave the world in a better state than we found it. Wild Tiger RUM recently adopted the Wayanad Tiger Reserve in Kerala, India and are working closely with leading Tiger conservationists, local authorities and NGO’s on ground. Join us today in this journey to Save the Tiger and together we can make an impactful difference. To learn more of what we do and how we do it, join us at www.facebook.com/wildtigerfoundation
- RUM is one of the first branded spirits made.
- In 18th century England, men would occasionally auction off their wives for RUM.
- Rations of RUM were given to sailors in the British Army to be mixed with lime juice because it fought off the scurvy.
- When wealthy titles were given to parsons, they were thanked with a glass of RUM.
- In 1960, on the evening that John F. Kennedy was elected President of the U.S., he drank daiquiris, a RUM-based cocktail.
- August 16th is International RUM Day.
- September 20th is National RUM Punch Day.
- Hemingway was notoriously fond of drinking RUM, but he refrained from indulging while writing
- In Australia, the RUM hospital can recognize RUM as it as its chief contributor of revenues that were generated via the RUM exports they were known for.
- Triangular trade was introduced as slaves were traded for RUM, sugars, and other items that were all carrying missionaries- this was known as 'RUM and bible.'
- The infamous Admiral Nelson that died in the Battle of Trafalgar, had his body preserved in a cask of RUM before it was laid to rest.
- One of the famous drinks known as a RUM sour was created in Barbados and served in a conch shell.
- More than 80 percent of the world's RUM sources originate in Puerto Rico. This is because of the sugar cane that is used in the product that comes from the area as well.
- Extended barrel aging of RUM can produce a darker colour due to the way it is aged in the wooden casks and barrels.
- Twelve million gallons of RUM were consumed annually by the early colonists.
- The ration of RUM that was given to the British Navy was often referred to as a "tot o' RUM."