Our collection of rum represents a range of countries around the world, from Jamaica and Barbados to Mauritius and Fiji. These different rums can vary greatly in style and taste: spicy or fruity, white or dark, smoky or bright. Broadly speaking, there are three distinctive styles of rum, which have been shaped by historical colonial forces: British, French and Spanish. Rums made in English-speaking regions, such as Barbados and Belize, tend to be heavier and richer in style. Those made in French-speaking areas, such as Haiti, are likely to be leafy and smoky; while Spanish-speaking countries, such as Nicaragua and Guatemala, are likely to produce a lighter, brighter style of rum. You’ll also find an ever-expanding collection of rums from other territories and continents, from Mauritius to England. Explore the rich, versatile world of rum in our broad selection.