Rum, Rivalry & Resistance by Tony Talburt
No spirit beverage encapsulates the essence of the Caribbean quite like rum. Rum, Rivalry and Resistance introduces readers to the political history of Caribbean rum, especially within the context of recent political and economic struggles to retain the nature, quality and market of this important Caribbean spirit. It concludes with a number of recommendations and strategies that may have to be explored in greater depth by Caribbean rum producers so that the sugar-rum industries may survive into the 21st century.
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