Jamaica rum

Jamaica rum
noun Date: 1734 a heavy-bodied rum made by slow fermentation and marked by a pungent bouquet

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  • Jamaica rum — noun heavy pungent rum from Jamaica • Hypernyms: ↑rum * * * noun Usage: usually capitalized J : a heavy bodied rum made in Jamaica by slow fermentation using dunder and usually having a pungent bouquet see german rum * * * a heavy, pungent,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jamaica rum — Jamai′ca rum′ n. vin a heavy, pungent, slowly fermented rum made in Jamaica • Etymology: 1765–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • Jamaica rum — a heavy, pungent, slowly fermented rum made in Jamaica. [1765 75] * * * …   Universalium

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  • Rum — Beispiele für dunklen, hellen und klaren Rum Rum (wahrscheinlich abgeleitet vom englischen Dialektwort rumbullion, „Aufruhr, Tumult“[1]) ist ein alkoholisches Getränk. Er wird aus Melasse, seltener aus frischem Zuckerrohrsaft gewonnen.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jamaica — • The largest of the British West Indian islands, situated in the Caribbean Sea Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Jamaica     Jamaica      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Jamaica —    Jamaica, a large island in the Caribbean Sea, was originally colonized by the Spanish, but conquered by the British in 1660. Along with many smaller islands, it was often referred to simply as the “sugar islands,” sugar, along with its by… …   Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914

  • Rum — Rum, ein starker Branntwein, welcher entweder aus dem nach der erfolgten ersten Pressung des Zuckerrohres noch abfließenden Safte, meist aber aus den Abgängen des Zuckerrohrs oder Syrups gebrannt wird, wornach sich auch seine Güte bestimmt. Der… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

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