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Old 12-16-2008, 04:22 PM   #2
TheRumelier
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My personal opinion is to go with a gold/amber rum of some age. Spiced rum drinkers tend to stick to Capt. Morgan. However, white is usually cheaper to produce, but people are not willing to pay a great deal of money for it. People will pay more for a good aged rum, obviously the older it is the more they are willing to pay. There are plenty of new rums coming out of the DR right now, so you will need to have a good rum and a good original concept and marketing plan.
I will volunteer to be the official taster if you need one!!
Good luck on on this project and please let us know how it develops.
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