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The Rum University is the world's leading training institution for members of the rum industry. Courses are offered in the USA and in select foreign countries, Some courses are offered to the general public, others are for the industry only.

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Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "Grog" in the February 2015 issue.  In the photo Robert Jenkins shows his severed ear to British Prime Minister Robert Walpole in a 1738 depiction of his presentation at Parliament.

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GROG

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "Grog" in the February 2015 issue. more »

Feb 24, 2015 8:00 AM Rum In History

The Rum University offers a recipe to make your own Mamajuana Rum Aphrodisiac in the 2015 February issue of "Got Rum?" magazine.

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THE RUM UNIVERSITY LABORATORY: Making Your Own Mamajuana Rum Aphrodisiac

The Rum University offers a recipe to make your own Mamajuana Rum Aphrodisiac in the 2015 February issue of "Got Rum?" magazine. more »

Feb 19, 2015 2:00 PM The Rum University

Chef Susan Whitley shares with us two recipes Chocolate Cream Pots and Berries in Champagne & Rum in the 2015 February issue of "Got Rum?" magazine.

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February 2015: COOKING WITH RUM- Chocolate Cream Pots and Berries in Champagne & Rum

Chef Susan Whitley shares with us two recipes Chocolate Cream Pots and Berries in Champagne & Rum in the 2015 February issue of "Got Rum?" magazine. more »

Feb 18, 2015 9:50 AM The Rum University

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "The Beginning of Navy Rum" in the January 2015 issue.

Photo credit: King Oliver : A Dutch pamphlet of the late 1650s portrays Cromwell as a monarch.

The Beginning of Navy Rum

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "The Beginning of Navy Rum" in the January 2015 issue. more »

Jan 22, 2015 8:00 AM Rum In History

January 2015: COOKING WITH RUM-Lentils & Rum Soup and Lamb Chops with Tomato and Rum Sauce

Chef Susan Whitley shares with us a recipe for Lentils & Rum Soup and Lamb Chops with Tomato and Rum Sauce in the 2015 January issue of "Got Rum?" magazine. more »

Jan 13, 2015 11:30 AM The Rum University

The Sugar (and Rum) Lobby

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "The Sugar (and Rum) Lobby" in the December 2014 issue. more »

Dec 16, 2014 8:00 AM Rum In History

It is 4:00 a.m. in a clubroom said to be St. John’s Coffee-house, Shire Lane, London. The candles are burning out on a night consigned to drinking, and the revelers betray every state of drunkenness from rowdiness to stupefaction. In spite of William Hogarth’s admonition in his caption — “Think not to find one meant resemblance there, we lash the Vices but the Persons spare” — people took delight in associating individuals in the print with various reprobates in London society.

Punch

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "Punch" in the November 2014 issue. more »

Nov 26, 2014 8:00 AM Rum In History

"Got Rum?" magazine publishes an article about The Importance of Sugar in their 2014 November issue.

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The Importance of Sugar

Do you know your facts about sugar and its importance in our food supply? Here are some things you probably didn't know..... more »

Nov 24, 2014 8:00 AM The Rum University

The Rum University and Moonshine University have joined forces to offer the most comprehensive rum training to existing and future rum distillers and brand owners from
around the world.  They are offering a 5-Day Rum Training in Louisville, Kentucky February 2nd- 6th 2015.

The Rum University

5-Day Rum Training, February 2-6 2015, Kentucky, USA

Register today and get the Early Bird Special: Registrations received by January 5, 2015 include 4-night’s stay at The Brown Hotel. Seats are limited so register today! more »

Nov 21, 2014 8:00 AM Course Registration 2 Comments

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" Magazine, talks about "Rum and Wellness in XVIII Century Britain" in the October 2014 issue.

Beer Street and Gin Lane are two prints issued in 1751 by English artist William Hogarth in support of what would become the Gin Act . Designed to be viewed alongside each other, they depict the evils of the consumption of gin as a contrast to the merits of drinking beer.

Rum and Wellness in XVIII Century Britain

Marco Pierini, The Rum Historian for "Got Rum?" magazine, talks about "Rum and Wellness in XVIII Century Britain" in the October 2014 issue. more »

Oct 13, 2014 8:00 AM Rum In History 1 Comments

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