Thank you for your interest in the Jamaica Rum Festival. This incredible event is officially in its fourth year, and it just keeps getting better and better. This festival is the perfect opportunity to explore all that Jamaica has to offer. With world-class rum tastings, delicious food options, and exciting music and entertainment, the Jamaica Rum Festival has something for everyone.
Explore The Experience
At the Jamaica Rum Festival, we believe that life is meant to be enjoyed. That’s why we’ve put together this completely revamped digital immersion of the festival experience, just for you! Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a returning fan, prepare to have your senses tantalized by the best that Jamaica has to offer.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Jamaica Rum Festival?
The Jamaica Rum Festival is a showcase in our country’s excellence in rum, food and music. We promise a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all who enjoy rum, live music, art, festivals and most of all, Jamaica.
where is the event being held?
The Aqueduct, Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica from 11:00am – 11:00pm
JRF social media platforms: @jarumfestival
JRF website: www.jamaicarumfestival.com
Appleton Estate social media platforms: @appletonestateja
JSAERE social media platforms: @thejsaere
How can i participate in Jamaica rum festival?
Tune in via our digital channels to watch live the full show live
what rum is only sold in jamaica?
Jamaican White Overproof Rum has the reputation of being the finest in the world and is a part of everyday life on the island. The white rum is dry, light-bodied, clear-coloured and slightly sweet in taste. It is made from the by-product of sugar cane grown on the island.
Why is jamaica famous for rum?
Jamaican rum is also special because of the island’s limestone, a mineral-rich sedimentary rock loaded with calcium carbonate. “Jamaica is an ideal setting to grow sugarcane.
How many jamaican rums are there?
Today, only four distilleries operate in Jamaica: Hampden Estate, Appleton Estate, Worthy Park Estate, and National Rums of Jamaica.