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Phuket Mixer: Chalong Rum, Sugarcane & Lemon

July 31, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

990 visit the rum factory

Thailand is the world’s fourth largest producer of sugarcane, the raw material for rum. The Chalong Bay brand of rum is made with the finest selection of Thai sugarcane and centuries old French distillation methods. Chalong, translated as “celebration” in Thai, was aptly selected as the name of a product that has already won some international awards.

990 Natural Rum made in Phuket

Khiri Travel Thailand since this week offers guided tours to Chalong Bay distillery for an amazing opportunity to learn how rum is made. The tour also includes a cocktail workshop to learn how to make fantastic tropical rum cocktails, other rum recipes and tips about bartending equipment. After a visit, travelers will have time to sample a delicious mojito at the premises and relax. This true product of Phuket makes a great present or something to take and enjoy at home.

990 Chalong Bay in Phuket

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