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Week 32 in Review

More press for Caliche Rum, Broken Shaker to reopen, toasting Olympic Gold with Old Grog, a fancy Piña Colada recipe and more in this week’s rum news.

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Down to Earth With Caliche: The new premium white rum from Destileria Serralles gets some love from Forbes Magazine.  Click here for the full story.

Good news for South Florida rum and cocktail enthusiasts!  After an extremely successful pop-up run at the Indian Creek Hotel in Miami Beach, the Broken Shaker bar is due to open its doors for good this coming November in the same location.  Miami Herald has the details.

The crew from Uncommon Caribbean celebrates Grenada’s first ever Olympic Gold with a sip of Clark’s Court Old Grog.  Tune in to see what they think of it.

“We shine a light on the Sailor Jerry Wahine Piña Colada cocktail, a potent symbol of our unconditional love of rum and all things tropical.”  The Rum Examiner whips up a very special Piña Colada.

Diageo has warned that a CARICOM (Caribbean Community Secretariat) WTO complaint over alleged US government rum subsidies for multinationals could lead it to ‘re-evaluate’ its Caribbean activities.”  Beverage Daily covers the latest squabble in the rum industry.

Sailor Jerry Rum and Inked Magazine scour Florida to find beautiful tattooed ladies to feature in their upcoming calendar shoot.  Check it out.