Karukera is a “rhum agricole” from Guadeloupe, located in the French Antilles. The original inhabitants called their island “Karukera”, which stands for “island of beautiful water”. Karukera belongs to the cultural heritage and is part of the history of Guadeloupe. On the Marquisat estate in Sainte-Marie, Karukera has been distilling rum from fresh cane sugar juice since 1895. The rum is aged in small oak barrels and bottling is also done on the estate.
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50 ml Karukera “Canne Bleue” 50°
10 ml sugar cane syrup
Pour 50 ml Karukera “Canne Bleue” and 10 ml sugar syrup in a tumbler glass. Squeeze a lemon wedge into the drink. Stir and at some ice cubes (optional).
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