Indonesia is a country composed for the vast majority of islands (about 13,466!) In addition to being one of the most populous countries in all of Southeast Asia, it is also the place of origin of sugar cane. The name Naga comes from that of the mythical Asian creature, guardian of the serpent of the earth’s treasures and symbol of prosperity, fertility and protector of nature’s treasures; is a mystical Hindu being, whose meaning stands for “snake”.
Indonesian rum comes from the distillation of sugar cane molasses, to which red fermented rice yeast is added. This fermented product is distilled via batch distillation in typical stills and is then aged for 3 years in teak barrels and for another 4 in ex-bourbon American oak barrels.
Light amber color with darker reflections. On the nose notes of tropical fruit such as banana and mango, with hints of caramel and vanilla, cedar wood and bourbon. Soft, intense and slightly viscous on the palate, with a lingering finish.
Perfect at the end of a meal or as a meditation.