What makes Copalli among the best new rum brands available in the world today? Our organic single estate rum is sustainably crafted with only three ingredients in the heart of the rainforest in Southern Belize.
84 Proof - 42% ALC/VOL
After fermenting the fresh pressed sugar cane juice, we double distill in both a pot and column stills before blending the two distillates. This is followed by resting of the finished product in stainless steel. This creates a smooth white rum that’s as good served straight on the rocks or in a cocktail such as a daiquiri.
Nose : Vanilla, Coffee Bean, Grass
Taste : Fruits, Strawberry, Lime, Citrus Zest
88 Proof - 44% ALC/VOL
Barrel Rested Rum
First, we ferment the fresh-pressed sugar cane juice then we double distill it in our full-bodied pot still before resting it in American Oak used bourbon barrels. The result is a rich, sweet high-quality rum that tastes delicious, neat and is a powerful and flavorful base for your favorite rum cocktail.
Nose : Vanilla, Oak, Leather
Taste : Spice-Cinnamon and Nutmeg, Blackberries, Tobacco
80 Proof - 40% ALC/VOL
We take our delicious Copalli white rum, place it into a tank to rest with roasted, 100% organic cacao nibs grown on the neighboring Copal Tree Farm. Over several weeks, the cacao nibs infuse a rich chocolate flavor and aroma into the rum, which is then redistilled to create a smooth finished premium product that is delicious on the rocks or for your favorite rum cocktail recipes.
Nose : Distinctive cacao
Taste : Like Belizean chocolate, the taste is of berries and a rich, balanced coco flavor. It has a long and creamy finish that’s unlike anything else on the market.
What's In Your Rum
Copal Tree Distillery and Copalli Rum support sustainable agriculture causes in Southern Belize via producing and selling premium organic spirits.
Relax & Enjoy
Our organic single estate rum is made from just three ingredients sourced from an organic farm in the heart of the rainforest in Southern Belize.
Made from sugar cane, canopy water & yeast, sourced from an organic farm in the heart of the rainforest in Southern Belize.