Lake House Spiced Rum
Cardinal Spirits Tiki Rum was awarded a well-deserved 92 points and a “Best Buy” rating by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Our Lake House Spiced Rum is made from this delicious base rum, and we think elevates the Tiki Rum to new flavor dimensions.
Lake House Spiced Rum is made in small batches from natural, whole botanical ingredients like orange peel, vanilla and cardamom — no flavoring extracts, no coloring. It is fermented and distilled from cane juice, light molasses, sweet hefeweizen yeast and a yeast found on wild sugarcane. It's pleasantly sweet, with a warming, earthy spice.
MAYBE THE LAST TIME YOU DRANK SPICED RUM WAS FROM A RED SOLO CUP IN COLLEGE.
And maybe you poured it from a big bottle with a handle at every house party you ever went to, and maybe you've sworn it off since then.
If so, let us be the first to welcome you back to spiced rum.
Lake House Spiced Rum is entirely different, and here's why: Most mass-produced rums are made with a lot of sugar and flavor extracts and coloring. They're made to taste just shy of sickeningly sweet.
We avoided all of that, and still made an incredibly flavorful and fun-to-drink spiced rum. Lake House Spiced Rum is made with orange peel, vanilla, cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper and a secret botanical ingredient that ties everything together, and balances this rum like nothing else on the market.
We repeat: no flavor extracts and no caramel coloring. Both the beautiful hue and flavor comes entirely from the natural, whole spices and botanicals that steep in the rum.
LAND DWELLERS, THIS NEW SPIRIT GOES OUT TO YOU.
The coming months are all about tall glasses filled with something fizzy and ice-cold to sip on, like a rum-and-Coke or a Dark and Stormy with rum, ginger beer and lime.
Lake House Spiced Rum hits the spot when you're grilling out. It's the perfect boat cocktail for a Saturday on the water. It's what you bring to your neighbor's pool party. It's your reward after cutting the grass. It's meant for nights spent around a campfire.
Lake House Spiced Rum is also a perfect match for tropical drinks and even classic cocktails (try it in an Old Fashioned).
But, back to rum-and-Cokes for a minute. Did we mention that Lake House makes a damn good one? Like, the best. Our distiller Justin Hughey says a lot of spiced rums don't punch through Coke, but ours definitely does. The cardamom especially comes through. Pick up a bottle to find out just how refreshing it is.