Definition of Demerara rum
1. Noun. Dark rum from Guyana.
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Literary usage of Demerara rum
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1. The Carbohydrates and Alcohol by Samuel Rideal (1920)
"demerara rum.—In British Guiana the wash used is prepared by diluting molasses ... Thus in demerara rum there is a rapid fermentation due to yeast action, ..."
2. The Colony of British Guyana and Its Labouring Population: Containing a by H. V. P. Bronkhurst (1883)
"The Honourable Wm. Russell, MCP, speaking of the demerara rum manufactured in ... Large quantities of demerara rum are certainly consumed by the labouring ..."
3. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"Eighty gallons of rum are expected from every hogshead of sugar ; and the Demerara rum has a richness of flavour, which gives it аз high a preference in the ..."