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, ...

Read whole article via www.nytimes.com

Join your peers today!

Get the latest articles, news and trends in the Food & Beverage industry delivered directly to your inbox. Don't miss out! Enter your email address below to receive the weekly in-sight newsletter.

Twitter

Events

05/16/2017
New York's Star Chefs Dish on Innovation and Inspiration

Innovation & Inspiration: Symrise’s 2017 New York Rising Stars Roundtable...

04/11/2017
Symrise Debuts Global Hot Sauce Inspired Seasonings at Snaxpo 2017

Another SNAXPO, SNAC International's annual trade show, is officially in the...