Nusa Caña Brings Back the Legend of Indonesian Island Rum

For centuries, travelers, traders and explorers have been drawn to the Indonesian islands. For millennia, sugar cane has been cultivated here. And, forgotten by history, some of the very first rums served in the punch houses and bordellos, the salons and coffee houses, of 18th-century Europe were Indonesian. Inspired by ancient days and modern nights, Nusa Caña is a new island rum that brings back the forgotten spirit of those very first adventurers and the rum they discovered. A smooth, aroma-filled tropical island rum packed with fresh sugar cane and toasted fruit flavors, it is as mellow, approachable and yet adventurous as Bali itself.  Launched in July, Nusa Caña is now on sale. For more information, visit www.nusacana.com.

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