And from here, Bacardi Carta Blanca was born, with flavours of almond and vanilla aged in an oak barrel for a real depth of flavour not usually associated with white rum. But the brand wasn’t done here. With rums ready to transport you to the salty seas and sun-soaked beaches of the Caribbean, the brand adds this vibrancy into new flavour profiles like their Bacardi Coconut Rum or even their premixed Pina Colada cocktail.
- There are a lot of different types of Bacardi rum, but all of them share some common ingredients. They all contain sugar and water, as well as a type of molasses called Treacle. The different types of Bacardi rum also contain different flavours and spices, like orange peel, lemon peel, aniseed, coriander seeds, and cinnamon.
- Bacardi rum is a staple for many rum-based cocktails, including the Cuba Libre, Mojito, and Piña Colada.