Birmingham Rum Festival returns to The Cuban Embassy in Moseley this weekend

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It’s the fifth year for this popular festival which will feature over 100 rums

Mixing a taste of the Caribbean against a backdrop of Latin American style there’s no need to queue up for a plane for a taste of the tropics.

Book yourself a trip to Moseley and checkout over 100 of the finest rums, including Birmingham-based Burning Barn, Island Slice and Bay Noir.

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The Cuban Embassy is ready and waiting to host a festival like no other. After having to cancel and rearrange twice due to the pandemic, this year’s event on Saturday 2nd July is promising to be extra special.

Birmingham Rum Festival returns to The Cuban Embassy in Moseley on Saturday July 2Birmingham Rum Festival returns to The Cuban Embassy in Moseley on Saturday July 2
Birmingham Rum Festival returns to The Cuban Embassy in Moseley on Saturday July 2

What happens at Birmingham Rum Festival?

At Birmingham Rum Festival, you’ll learn all about where the rum in your glass came from and the rich history behind each sip.

In addition to the beautiful Brum rums, joining this year’s line up is Diablesse, IM Drinkin, Island Slice, Wildjac and B Rum, as well as our headline sponsor Elsha!

There will be a range of cocktails available to try, plus the option to take home a bottle (or two!) of your favourite from the rum shop.

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Over 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum FestivalOver 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum Festival
Over 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum Festival

The Cuban Embassy will be serving exotic street food with authentic Caribbean flavours, accompanied by live music performing salsa, samba and reggae favourites.

As usual, there will be two sessions of rum fun on Saturday 2nd July. Afternoon tickets are from 12pm until 4:30pm. Evening tickets are from 5:30pm until 10pm with prices starting at just £15.

Over 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum FestivalOver 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum Festival
Over 100 rums to choose from at Birmingham Rum Festival

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