It’s no secret that rum and coffee go hand in hand, cacao and sugar cane are among the crops/produce that define Jamaica’s rich agricultural heritage.
Thousands of rum lovers look forward to celebrating Jamaica’s number one spirit, rum, at the Jamaica Rum Festival (JRF).
Caribbean rums came out winners at The Rum & Cachaça Masters competition with Jamaica’s Worthy Park Estate taking top spot with its Rum-Bar White Overproof Rum.
For all those with discerning palates who prefer to savour a sweet rum cream to set the mood, Jamaican-owned Worthy Park Estate Limited is offering up a premium cream liqueur just in time for the summer. The single-estate producing rum company continually seeks to expand its portfolio of premium liqueur with the introduction of its newest brand: Worthy Park Rum Cream.
Traveling is a delight for all of the senses, but some of the best sensory experiences are the delightful things you get to taste.
There’s a mural over the bar here by artist Michael Lester. It’s called Junkanoo, and it’s a vibrant, loud, pulsing depiction of Jamaica’s timeless, percussive dance.
Destination Spirits: Half Moon Partnered With Iconic Jamaican Distillery To Create Limited Edition Rum
In Montego, Bay, Jamaica, Half Moon has offered a tranquil slice of the country for travelers seeking to live the island life since 1954.
Last Wednesday, October 26, the award-winning official rum sponsor Worthy Park Estate took centre stage with its 360-degree bar at the romantically lit Hope Gardens to offer Jamaica’s finest “single estate” rum for the Jamaica Food and Drink Festival.
The Gleaner celebrated men and boys ahead of International Men’s Day (IMD) with a spirited luncheon at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
WEEKLY soiree FRi~NALLY marked its third anniversary with a well-received performance from Munga Honorable at the RWC Courtyard at 36 Hope Road in St Andrew, November 18.