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I had a mojito at cuba cafe and they used calypso rum. Tasted like a light version of cachaca or rum agricole (in my very, very limited experience). Was this a result of the rum itself or a sugar or cane syrup added?

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Calypso Rum is actually a product of Barbados, from the West Indies Rum Refinery, who also make Cockspur, Malibu and a number of other rums. According to the bartender at Cuba Cafe, you don't want to drink it straight and it's only sold to restaurants. That's enough for me.

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