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Rum was long a forgotten spirit, yet its influence on historical developments was significant. Not only slave traders, pirates, and smugglers lived on rum, but also artists, blend masters, and barkeepers. Once regarded as a drink for the lower classes, in recent years it has become more widely accepted and has even developed something of a cult following. The cost of production from the cultivation of cane sugar to its processing into finished liquor is very high, but rum lovers around the world agree: it’s worth it!