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Capn's Quarters  
No new posts Important Information
Alright, alright it's not all that important. But it IS information. Up Spirits!
   
6 13 Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:20 pm
Uisge View latest post
No new posts And your name again was??
Yes, the obligatory introductions section, but serves a good purpose - like a good, soft toilet paper - used only once but truly wonderful! "Here's to you and here's to me, may we never disagree - if perchance we ever do, here's to me and to hell with you!"
   
35 137 Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:13 am
da'rum View latest post
No new posts Suggestions
All suggestions warmly welcomed. May the most you wish for be the least you get!
   
4 9 Mon Jun 24, 2013 1:28 pm
bearmark View latest post
No new posts Events and Awards
Including details of our Weekly Rum E-Tastings. Join our happy group in tasting rums from home or even from your sailboat. Also important Events in south Florida and Awards from just about anywhere. Speaking of where, Wear Wearever wherever you go!
   
18 29 Mon Jun 16, 2014 3:55 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
Crew's Quarters  
No new posts Scuttlebutt (shhh...)
This is the main discussion section. Grab yer cups! All hands on deck!
   
610 2631 Sun Jul 20, 2014 7:12 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Rum Polls for All: Visitors too!
Too busy to register? Even lowly guests - you know, the ones who drop in to steal pieces of my soul, then disappear leaving not so much as a good fart - may participate.
   
5 34 Mon Feb 03, 2014 7:43 am
bearmark View latest post
No new posts From Cane to Glass
For officers only! Relevent history and facts about the growing, harvesting, fermentation, distillation and aging of Cane Spirits. Master this section and you master rum. Otherwise just masterbate...
   
24 44 Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:55 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Barbadian/Bajan Rum
Barbados: the defacto home of the original reference classic rum as we know it. God bless the Queen! And Mount Gay!
   
28 85 Sun Jun 22, 2014 7:19 am
Hassouni View latest post
No new posts Cane Juice Rum
The third standard reference style: rum, er rhum, made directly from sugar cane juice or honey, rather than from molasses. To the Haitians and French... toast!
   
34 96 Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:59 pm
Trebutor View latest post
No new posts Jamaican Style Rum
The second standard reference style: aromatic, robust and full flavored - it's absolutely dunderful. To our ships at sea! May they sink very slowly!
   
21 92 Tue Jun 03, 2014 11:47 am
Hassouni View latest post
No new posts Demeraran Style Rum
Subtle, soft and medium bodied rums originating in Guyana and that define the fourth major standard style. To our sweethearts and wives, may they never meet!
   
29 108 Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:13 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Cuban Style Rum
The fifth and last major standard style, the lighter Cuban rums pioneered by Bacardi, who left their facilities and quality, but not their politics, behind when Fidel lit up. Por Cuba Libre!
   
31 100 Fri Jun 06, 2014 7:52 am
Hassouni View latest post
No new posts Uncommon Styles
Thanks to JaRiMi, one of the very few honest and rum knowledgable experts about - and an advocate of a Trinidadian style. The rum to cause this category: Scarlet Ibis.
   
9 43 Sun May 04, 2014 6:38 am
Guevara88 View latest post
The Galley  
No new posts Up Spirits!
It's tea time ladies, grab yer mugs! Drink it fast or sip it slow. About glasses, how ta crook yer pinkie, nosing and tasting techniques and equipment. May your cup - and your women - be bottomless!
   
47 87 Fri Jun 13, 2014 6:02 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Spiced, Flavored and Postprandial Rums
Are these real rums? Is a chocolate flavored Bistec de Palomilla a steak? Maybe. Some are of lower proof. Some use real flavoring. And as for some, may we never drink worse than this!
   
21 36 Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:29 am
Bearman View latest post
No new posts Recipes and Mixers
Rum drinks, rumcake, hot buttered rum, rum glazed ribs, Bermudan rum chowder, rum balls and bollocks. This be the place and it's all good. To the cook! Eat, drink and be Mary!
   
37 91 Sat Apr 19, 2014 10:45 am
Hassouni View latest post
No new posts Coffee! Black, strong and hurry!
Coffee, cigars and rum go togther like priests and choirboys. Indeed the brothers are known to have a tipple now and then. Oh and some rum, cigars and Belgian beer as well, lol...
   
24 124 Sat May 03, 2014 1:19 am
NCyankee View latest post
The Smoking Lamp is Lit  
No new posts Pipes: blown by Bosun's, smoked by seamen...
Pipes on the ships of old were nothing new. Tobacco and rum made their appearance in short order with tobacco inherited from American Indians and rum from the Caribbean. Smoking aboard ship was allowed by limited to a safe area and at safe times, ergo the "smoking lamp". Where? Usually near the Galley, as it is here. A huge thanks to the amazing da'rum - a man of high ideals and many talents. This is just one of them.
   
68 403 Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:38 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar...
Is a smoke (Rudyard Kipling). Smoking has been around since the beginning of time but insofar as more recent times the home of both rum and cigars - a wonderful combination - remains the Caribbean. If you can't find a Cuban, you might try an expatriate smoke like one from Gran Papi Rodriguez and Family in Key West.
   
1 4 Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:38 pm
Dai View latest post
No new posts Narghile this! And hoo the kah are you?
You think cigars are old? Pipes? Try the art of Narghile. Although today's youth think a "hookah" is simply a means to smoke highly flavored tobacco with names like Blueberry Bubblegum, the real art of the Narghile is anything but. Narghile is an ancient practice, traditional, spiritual, ubiquitous worldwide and until recently free of the marketing monkeys. Thanks to Hass for the amazing contributions herein.
   
6 46 Tue Jul 01, 2014 5:50 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
The Hold  
No new posts Twiggie's Tie Dye Rum
Is Ron Zacapa a fad? Is Zaya, Angostura 1919 or Pyrat XO? How bout Diplomatico? There's a modern marketing trend afoot and it's toward rum as liqueur. Sweet and easy to sell, er, drink. Here's to Richard Seale, may he never see this section!
   
17 56 Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:37 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Overproof, Black and Navy Rum
Now's here's the real stuff - traditional, cleans your socks on the way down. Unlike the Royal Navy, the pirates drank while eating, sailing and fighting - the first multitaskers. Here's to Port Royal, the Port of Orgies! Say it loud and say it plowed!
   
17 67 Thu May 22, 2014 8:00 pm
Hassouni View latest post
No new posts Cachaša
This category practically demanded by here again, gone again KM. Although I'm not ready to give Cachaša its own style, I am willing to accomodate. Chef, RIP: when you were good you were brilliant, but when you were bad, whew...
   
10 28 Wed May 15, 2013 10:15 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Whisky
What is feckin whiskey doing on the net's leading independent rum website? There's a reason, read on, but it's not my fault! Honest...
   
63 194 Sat Jul 19, 2014 2:03 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Gin
F. Paul Pacult calls gin "...the best of white spirits for cocktails and my favorite overall white spirit." That's saying something. Gin has all the finesse and sophistication that vodka never will. Best yet, true world class gins can be purchased in the $20 range.
   
11 31 Sun May 18, 2014 7:13 am
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts Miscellaneous Spirits
Great tasters note that one way to better your understanding of a spirit is to try others. We've already tried calvados, cognac, armangnac, tequila, whisky and gin. Here's some of the more unusual spirits and drinks. Mead me halfway on this, woncha?
   
16 65 Mon Jun 09, 2014 12:13 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
No new posts To your toasts!
I love toasts and toasting. And occasionally getting toasted at one of Robert Burr's events. Here's the time and place to make yours. To the men and to the women - and to those who aren't quite sure!
   
1 2 Sun Jun 02, 2013 1:31 am
da'rum View latest post
No new posts Rum, Religion, Politics and Sex
Bet you never thought you'd see this one on a respectable forum. But this forum is hardly respectable, and neither is rum! This section is for the forbidden: rum and religion, politics and sex. Here's to Frank Zappa and Catholic Girls!
   
25 55 Tue Jun 10, 2014 2:28 pm
sleepy View latest post
No new posts Unrepentantly Commercial Plugs
The Rum Project is non-commercial and proudly so. Still occasions arise when a commercial plug is in order. But unlike the other rum bozos, my plugs will be (a) few and (b) deserved and (c) made crystal clear. Live with it.
   
5 10 Thu Jul 10, 2014 2:35 pm
Capn Jimbo View latest post
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