Rhûm agricole French-style rums
Rhûm Agricole is a type of rum that is made from sugarcane juice instead of molasses. It is produced in the French West Indies, specifically in Martinique and Guadeloupe. Rhûm Agricole is a protected designation of origin, meaning that it can only be made in these two island countries. Rhûm Agricole has a higher alcohol content than other types of rum, and it is also less sweet. The taste of Rhûm Agricole is described as being fruity, grassy, and earthy.