It’s this grassy, slightly herbaceous allure of sugarcane that follows through to the glass. In both the white rum and the barrel-rested rum, Copalli has a cleanness to it that could only be described as fresh.
Copal Tree Lodge in southern Belize opened Copal Tree Distillery, powered by biomass and using resort-grown sugar cane, last year. This summer the resort, home to a 3,000-acre organic farm, plans to add rum-spicing and cocktail-making classes to its culinary lineup.
@AGuyNamedPatrick: “Sunset cocktails in paradise! I’m at the @copaltreelodge in southern Belize for a few days. In addition to gorgeous, rustic accomodations, the property also houses its own distillery where they make @copallirum from sugar cane grown on the property. There will be no shortage of cocktails here! #whatsinyourrum ????????♂️????”
@Apartment_Bartender: “Where’s the best place you’ve ever poured a drink for yourself?” #WhatsInYourRum
@Melissamale: “If you’ve seen my stories you know I’ve been in beautiful Belize the last couple of days staying at @copaltreelodge and drinking lots of @copallirum — having the best time here! ???? #whatsinyourrum”
@Melissamale: “We enjoyed plenty of delicious meals at this table the last few days thanks to @copaltreelodge and lots of amazing cocktails made with @copallirum — this trip to belize has been nothing short of amazing. The landscape, the food, the drinks and, of course, the wonderful company. Heading back to NYC, but I won’t … Continued