Namibian, the name of the town in Southern Tanzania where Namibian rum is produced, is known to most visitors as the site of the finest rums in the world. The production of rums goes back to at leastids. The island itself is called the “land of the rums”. Most of the world-famous Namibian rums are produced here, but there are some excellent rums from farther afield that are excellent as well.
The town of Lamu is the site where the famous Namibian brand of rum is distilled from the pulp from the fruit of the African black rhubarb. The first step towards distilling the rums is by boiling the black rhubarb in water. The resulting liquor is then allowed to cool and then it is filtered through an activated carbon filter to remove any sediments.
One of the most famous rums is Namibian Orange rums. The essence of these rums is not orange at all; rather, it is a delicate caramel flavor with a hint of sugar. These rums are aged for a number of years in the open. It has a lightly fruity aroma. This is what makes it so popular with connoisseurs of rum.
Another popular rum in Namibia is the Kivuks, which originates from the Southern Province of Zambia. The most important factor that contributes to its popularity is its age. They are older than 60 years old, which is older than most other rums on the market. There are some new entrants to this area of the global beverage market, and these include the Kivuks of Southern Tanzania, which has managed to squeeze a bit more life out of this unique spirit.
The origin of a and bahri are still uncertain, but experts speculate that it originated in southern Tanzania more than two thousand years ago. Evidence of bam can be found in archeological excavations. Writing in the region in the early medieval period refers to an alcohol produced from makara trees. The alcohol was used to cure sickness and to lubricate the horse's joints.
The main varieties of bars and bam rums produced in Namibia are the Kivuks, Beni Ourain, Mamba and Mwami. While they vary slightly, there is commonality in their taste and texture. Mwami is the most popular and it is a light brown-or-blond liquid that has a fruity aroma and subtle sweet taste. The other rums are lighter colored and have greater acidity.
At any rate, it is impossible to deny that Namibian bahri and bam rums are deeply rooted in history and tradition. Both regions produce high quality liquor, which is quite popular with connoisseurs from around the world. Many people who first experience Namibian bahri and bam rums find them to be exotic and highly recommended. Many travel guides to Namibia even include Namibian rums in their lists of must-try beverages.
A trip to Namibia will leave you with a lasting impression of this unique South African country. While there are many activities to choose from, especially around the coast, you can't go wrong with sampling Namibian bahri and rums. You'll be able to take your pick from unique varieties and never get tired of tasting and drinking them. It is an alcoholic drink that leaves a lasting impression!