Like the simple beauty of a classic Tom Jobim track, we think BemBom drinks should be uncomplicated. Certainly easy to make and even easier to enjoy. BemBom makes the best tasting rum and cola. Simply pour over cubed ice, add quality cola and a good squeeze of fresh lime. Perfeito! Or add cassis and fresh lime juice to a shot of chilled BemBom for an authentic ‘Bombeirinho’.
Have you got any BemBom in your bar? It's a smooth, flavourful alternative to the more fiery, industrially produced local spirits popular in Brazil, BemBom. Made with fresh sugar cane rather than molasses - Bem Bom is a Brazilian Rum inspired by the country's rhythmic soul.
Did you know that the first Brazilian rum was distilled in 1532 in São Vincente, São Paulo state, nearly a hundred years before the beginning of larger scale rum production in the Caribbean? And Brazil is still making great rum, in their unique cane-juice style... so why not grab a bottle of BemBom and celebrate their pioneering spirit?!
Fancy trying something different this week? Why not head down the the Villager in Edinburgh for a Booya Cachaça featuring our very own BemBom Brazilian rum (aka cachaça) with curaçao, pineapple, lemon and coconut. Sounds pretty good eh?!
Our BemBom Brazilian rum tastes great with apple juice (as it does with coke or with lime and sugar in a caipirinha, for that matter!) If you happen to be based in Edinburgh you can try it out at The Dog House who will be more than happy to make up for you a wee Bem Bom n' apple. Saude!
Our sugarcane is grown and harvested in the most natural way possible. Each planting season the fields are covered with sugar cane leaves from the previous season to encourage natural decay and soil enrichment. Spent mash also makes a perfect fertilizer for the sugar cane fields, being naturally rich in potassium.
Summer is most definitely on the way, and we are getting in the mood with a BemBom Pomme… a delicious mix of BemBom Rum do Brasil, Apple Juice, and a dash of ginger bitters. Serve long, over ice with a green apple wheel and sprig of mint as garnish. Saude!!