The question came, with a slightly patronizing grin, from Norman Murray, local sage and tour guide in the rural parish of St. I learned how rum was born in the 17th century, when industrial waste — molasses residue from slave-era sugar production — was transformed via yeast into drinkable stuff, ...

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