Suriname's traditional white rum, with a rich history dating back to the 17th century, is named after the last local sugar plantation that remained operational until the 1980s.
It is known as one of the strongest drinks in the world, with an alcohol content of 90% (for export this percentage is reduced to 81%). The drink is named after Mariënburg, but is produced by Suriname Alcoholic Beverages (SAB).This celebrated rum is pure and full of flavour. Extremely suitable for making cocktails, but can also be drunk pure next to a glass of water.
Suriname's traditional white rum, with a rich history dating back to the 17th century, is named afte..
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