SAILING IN A SEA OF RUM
AAA. we are looking for pirates, freebooters, captains of ships and nostalgics of Caribbean charm to taste our jewels with amber and warm colors, with an enveloping smell and able to recall exotic and adventurous scenarios.
Ac.Ciuga Giovane Rumeria is a meeting place where you can taste rums from all over the world with a clear prevalence of the Caribbean, to be chosen from over 80 labels. You can enjoy your favorite rum or try your hand at comparative tastings with matching pieces of chocolate.
To enhance the experience you will find a small library with dedicated texts and trained staff who will be able to intrigue you with stories and anecdotes. There will also be aperitifs and drinks, from the classic Aperol Spritz to the Gin and tonic with your favorite botanicals. In addition, every Friday a selection of jazz songs, broadcast with an audiophile system, will keep you company while you can calmly explore this wonderful world.
The name is a gallant homage to our 1932 boat. Small and mean, Ac.Ciuga has jealously guarded much of the rum that you will find on the menu in her galley.
Put on your best bandana, dust off the black bandage, polish hooks and wooden legs and get ready to spend the evening with the wind in your back. The compass indicates a Caribbean night warmed by the sweet and seductive smell of rum.
Ac.ciuga is the only rumeria on the coast: sailors, set sail for our precious treasures to be tasted in elegant glass caskets.
And if the smell of the cigars and the strong flavor of the rums have landed you in a sweet warmth … drum roll … we will refresh your memory with some curiosities about the oldest distillate in the world.
Mistreated. Liqueur of the slaves. Demonic. Hot and terrible. Only good to be used as a base for other cocktails. Useful for storing corpses. Outlaw. Friend of the last, the rebels and the bad guys. Rum has always been an outsider among alcoholic beverages.
Born in the East, rum was born as an alcoholic distillate of sugar cane and was immediately used to charge and instill courage in soldiers about to fight.
In the seventeenth century the Dutch perfected the formula to sell it to all the colonies that had been able to read the charm contained in this bewitching liqueur, going through periods of prohibition, stories of glory and falls towards the slums, up to the boarding of rum in the market of alcoholic.