Miami Rum Festival 2021
Sunday, November 14, 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Miami Rum Festival 2021
Sunday, November 14
– Grand Tasting is 2 to 6pm
– VIP begins at 12:30pm
Coral Gables Woman’s Club, 1009 East Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33134
Ticket URL: https://rumrenaissance.com/tickets/
Miami Rum Festival 100 word description
Presenting the legacy Miami Rum Renaissance Festival — attracting rum experts, professionals and enthusiasts from more than 30 countries for a fabulous rum discovery. The 12th annual Rum Fest in Miami offers unlimited sampling of hundreds of fine rums from the Caribbean and beyond at the elegant and historic Coral Gables Woman’s Club on Sunday, November 14. A bounty of new rums will be revealed and old favorites on display — plus a wide selection luxury, limited edition and vintage rums for connoisseurs. $39 General Admission. $49 VIP admission. http://www.RumRenaissance.com
Miami Rum Fest Celebrates A Dozen Years
The producers of Miami Rum Renaissance Festival are inviting the public to join them in celebrating twelve years of great rum gatherings in South Florida with a grand tasting event in Coral Gables on November 14, 2021.
Once again, hundreds of rum connoisseurs, collectors, judges and enthusiastic rum lovers will mingle with producers, master distillers, importers, distributors, retailers and members of the spirits trade at the Coral Gables Woman’s Club from 2 to 6pm.
Attendees will enjoy the vast number of rums on exhibit by award-winning producers, and frequent the specialty rum tasting bar — with more than a hundred limited edition, vintage and prestigious luxury edition expressions for discriminating palates.
“It’s such a pleasure to host so many great rum producers and to welcome back more than a thousand rum fans in South Florida,” said festival producer Robert Burr. “The category of rum continues to expand with an ever-growing variety of offerings, from every-day favorites and classics, to the most amazing examples offered by the legendary masters or rum. We are truly experiencing an era that can only be described as the Renaissance Of Rum.”
As always, a great selection of top-shelf rums will be on sale at the event from Jensen’s Liquors, a leading source of great spirits in South Florida.
Savvy consumers come to the Rum Renaissance Festival to discover a truly remarkable range of fine rums from the Caribbean region, as well as Central and South America, Europe, Asia — and from the furthest reaches of the world. The best American rums, as well, are on display, with a chance to speak directly with the master distillers and blenders.
Miami Rum Renaissance Festival has always been a place where rum reputations are made, new products are released and the love of old favorites is rekindled.
Miami Rum Fest tickets are available for $39 online. VIP tickets which include early entry at 12:30pm are $49. Couples can purchase discounted VIP tickets in pairs for $89.
Special discount rates for attendees are available at area hotels, as well as free transportation to and from the tasting events.
The Miami Rum Renaissance Festival takes place at the Coral Gables Woman’s Club at 1001 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, FL 33134 on Sunday, November 14, 2021.
For more information call 707-278-6736 or visit the web site: rumrenaissance.com/
Bountiful Tasting Selection Celebrated at Miami Rum Fest
The 2021 Miami Rum Renaissance Festival — Sunday, November 14 — presents a fantastic opportunity to taste, learn, discover and share a world of fine rums. This event, held in Coral Gables, features a bounty of new rums revealed and old favorites on display — plus a wide selection of luxury, limited edition and vintage rums for connoisseurs.
The category of rum is vast, with more than 80 countries producing a spirit from some form of sugar cane, molasses or cane syrup. Rum enthusiasts are drawn to the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival to seek out their favorites amongst the plethora of expressions of cane spirit.
“This is my favorite rum tasting event,” said James Monroe of Coconut Grove. “Every year I find something new, meet some great people and enjoy the tastings with my friends. It just keeps getting better.”
Especially popular among the most serious rum devotees is the VIP tasting bar, featuring some rare limited editions from private collections. Small donations for exclusive tastings of the most collectible rums benefit local non-profit organizations.
“We search high and low to bring the most interesting rums to our tasting events,” said Robin Burr, co-founder and organizer of the rum festival. “It really is amazing to see so many varieties of rum in one place.”
Key to the success of Miami Rum Renaissance Festival is that fact that the principals travel widely to discover rums to share with their attendees. “We visit an average of 12 to 15 rum distilleries every year,” said event host Robert Burr, “as well as many rum events to say abreast of all the new offerings.”
The result is an unparalleled opportunity for rum enthusiasts, in the delightful setting of a historic building in Coral Gables. The event takes place on Sunday, November 14 from 2 to 6pm at the Coral Gables Woman’s Club, 1001 East Ponce de Leon Blvd in Coral Gables, FL 33134.
General admission tickets are $39. VIP tickets with early admission are $49. Couples can purchase a pair of VIP tickets for the discounted price of $89.
Order Tickets Online: https://rumrenaissance.com/tickets/
Some of the specialty rums from private collections available for tastings at the VIP tasting bar include:
Abuelo Centuria – Panama; Abuelo XII Two Woods – Panama; Abuelo XV Napoleon Cognac Cask Finish – Panama; Abuelo XV Oloroso Sherry Cask Finish – Panama; Abuelo XV Tawny Port Cask Finish – Panama; Admiral Rodney HMS Formidable – St. Lucia; Admiral Rodney HMS Princessa – St. Lucia; Admiral Rodney HMS Royal Oak – St. Lucia; Amrut Old Port – India; Angostura Single Barrel – Trinidad; Antelope Island Red Rum – Utah; Appleton 21 – Jamaica; Appleton Master Blender Reserve; Arôme 28 – Panama; Bacardi Gran Reserva Diez 10 – Puerto Rico; Bacardi Reserva Limitada; Barbancourt 15 – Haiti; Barcelo Imperial – Dominican Republic; Barrilito Three Star – Puerto Rico; Bayou Select – Louisiana; Bounty Sorrel – St. Lucia; Botran 1893 Solera – Guatemala; Bristol – Rockley Still ’86 – Barbados; Bristol Providence Estate 1990 – Trinidad; Bristol – Port Mourant 1980 – Guyana; Bristol – Port Mourant 1999 – Guyana; Brugal 1888 – Dominican Republic; Bumbu XO – Panama; Carupano Solera Centenaria – Venezuela; Cartavio XO – Peru; Casa Magdalena Ron Blanco – Guatemala; Chairman’s Reserve Forgotten Cask – St. Lucia; Chairman’s Reserve 1979 Independence – St. Lucia; Chairman’s Reserve 2005 Vintage – St. Lucia; Chairman’s Reserve 1931 – St. Lucia; Charbay Barrel Strength 68.5 – California; Clairin Le Rocher – Haiti; Clement Cuvee Homere – Martinique; Clifton Estate Spice Rum – Nevis; Cockspur VSOR – Barbados; Compagnie de Indes – Fiji Vintage 2004; Compagnie de Indes – Port Mourant Guyana 2005; Diplomatico Vintage 2002 Sherry Finish – Venezuela; Doctor Bird Traditional Pot Still – Jamaica; Don Pancho Origenes 30 – Panama; Don Q Vermouth Cask Finish – Puerto Rico; Don Q 2007 Single Barrel – Puerto Rico; Don Q 20097 Single Barrel – Puerto Rico; Doorly’s 12 – Barbados; Doorly’s XO – Barbados; Dos Maderas Luxus – Spain; Dzama Cuvee Noire – Madagascar; El Dorado 15 – Guyana; El Dorado 21 – Guyana; English Harbour Port Cask; Facundo Exquisito – Puerto Rico; Flor de Caña 25 – Nicaragua; Foursquare 1998 Vintage – Barbados; Foursquare Premise – Barbados; Foursquare Probitas – Barbados and Jamaica; Foursquare Zinfandel Cask Finish – Barbados; Foursquare POrt Cask Finish – Barbados; Gunroom – Gunpowder Proof – Guyana Barbados Trinidad Jamaica; Hamilton Demerara 86 – Guyana; Hamilton Jamaica Pot Still Gold; Hamilton St. Lucia Pot Still 7; Hampden Estate 60% Overproof – Jamaica; Holey Dollar Cask Strength – Australia; Inner Circle Blue Dot 90 Proof – Australia; La Mauny Rhum View Agricole – Martinique; Lemon Hart 151 – Vintage – Guyana; Matusalem 15 – Dominican Republic; Matusalem 18 – Dominican Republic; Matusalem 23 – Dominican Republic; McDowell’s Number 1 Celebration – India; Mount Gay XO Limited Edition Independence – Barbados; Mount Gay 1703 Master Select – Barbados; Mount Gilboa Triple Distilled Pot – Barbados; Nine Leaves Almost Spring – Japan; Nine Leaves Angel’s Half – Japan; Pampero Aniversario – Venezuela; Penny Blue XO Batch 002 – Mauritius; Plantation Fiji 2009; Plantation Guatemala Gran Añejo; Plantation Jamaica 2005 Long Pond/Clarendon; Plantation 2001 Nicaragua; Prichard’s Private Stock – Tennessee; Queen Charlotte’s Reserve – North Carolina; Real McCoy 12 – Barbados; Rhum JM Cuvée 1845 – Martinique; Rhum JM Vintage 1997 – Martinique; Richland Georgia Estate; Richland Georgia Estate – Terrapin Double IPA; Ron Centenario 18 – Costa Rica; Rum Nation Reunion Island 7; Rum Nation Caroni 1998 – Trinidad; Saint James Cuvée 1765 – Martinique; Saint James Rhum Vieux Agricole – Martinique; Santa Teresa 1796 – Venezuela; Skotlander V – At Sea – Denmark; Skotlander IV – Licorice – Denmark; Star African White – Mauritius; Urupan Charanga Banco – Mexico; Velier 1998 Caroni 15 – Trinidad; Velier Forsyths WP 502 – Jamaica; Vizcaya VSOP – Dominican Republic; XM Royal Extra Mature – Guyana; Zabana Single Barrel Reserve – Philippines; Zacapa XO – Guatemala; Zafra 21 – Panama; Zafra 30 – Panama; and Zaya 12 – Trinidad.