Ron miel

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Ronmiel brought from Canary Islands to Poznan in Poland
Shot of ron miel, covered with cream and cinnamon

Ron miel ("Honey rum") is a variety of rum made from liquor or cane molasses, typical from the Canary Islands.[1] It is known as honey rum because the final product incorporates an amount of at least 2% honey of the total volume.

Its alcoholic graduation ranges from 20 to 45%. It is of intense and sweet flavor, and its color goes from the old gold to the intense mahogany. It's mostly consumed through shots, often with a sprinkle of lime juice

In 2005 the Ministry of Agriculture of the Government of the Canary Islands created a specific Geographical Denomination for the honey rum under the name "Ronmiel de Canarias".[2]


  1. ^ Fred Minnick (2017). Rum Curious: The Indispensable Tasting Guide to the World's Spirit. Voyageur Press. p. 157. ISBN 978-0-7603-5173-4.
  2. ^ "Spanish Ministry Meets with Spanish Spirits Industry". Foods and Wines from Spain. 12 March 2015.