Rhum Saint James
Royal Ambre is the youngest in the Rhum Saint James line, winning the Gold Medal in the World Spirit Championships, and rated "Best Buy" in the Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Another spirit critic describes this as "The nearest thing to Cognac". Royal Ambre is at its most impressive when served straight up, in a snifter. This enables the drinker to discover its complexity and aromatics.
As for mixing, this the rum to use when making the famous Punch Martinique a blend of rum with a dash of sugar and lime juice.
Rhum Saint James rums are fermented from pure cane juice, in a continuous single distillation process, similar to Armagnac, then aged in limousin and American bourbon cask for a number of years. Most commercial rums are from molasses, which is a by product of refining sugar case into sugar.
The quality of rums produced from pure sugar cane juice is so special, that the French government created the appellation :Rhum Agricole" exclusively for products made in the manner of Rhum Saint James.