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arcadiandj

Best places to buy rum in the Los Angeles area?

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I am not having much luck around Phoenix, however my wife and I get out to Anaheim regularly so I thought I would ask. Thank you in advance!

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In Phoenix, check Total Wine. They have all the Foursquare Stuff (Seale's, Doorly's) as well as the Berry Brothers indie stuff

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Hi-Time, Hi-Time, Hi-Time. 

 

Mission Liquor, Wine Wearhouse and the Winehouse would also have broad selections. 

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I've found this a problem in the Mid-west, too. No one seems to carry much other than one or two brands--Bacardi and whatever.

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My wife and I (late in life Disneyland and Trader Sam's fans-rum shoppers) were able to stop by Hi-Time last month. In my best Jimmy Valmer impersonation: "I mean, come on!" They have EVERYONE beat-and their staff were nice and helpful. If you live out west, make the trip.

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Some Clement Creole Shrub (mai tai heaven!), Hamilton 151 (for the best Zombies), Clement Rhum Vieux Agricole (further mai tai heaven!), some ting soda, what else? Those were the highlights. We will definitely go back there when we get out to DLR.

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