With the crew at The Cambus Wallace steering the night take a journey to uncover the history of rum complete with an interactive tasting session and matching tapas.
Hosted by Cambus Wallace Co-Owner and Rum Lover, Dave Ferry taste 6 rums from around the world on a guided tour of the process, history and magic of Rum production and enjoyment.
An open discussion about the varied types of rum and key distilleries bringing innovative flare to their products and the tips and tricks of what to look for and the properties that came together in quality rum.
You’ll also learn how to inject a twist in to a classic distilled beverage to create a fresh cocktail fitting for the summer soirees.
Paired with pintxos and tapas provided by The Spanish Catering Co. this workshop will delight the culinary sensors.
Tickets are $55 + BF and includes the rum tasting and tapas.
For further information and to book follow the ticket link above.
Limited tickets are available.
Named after a ship that was wrecked off the coast of Stradbroke Island in 1894, The Cambus Wallace is a classy nautically-themed bar in Nobby Beach inspired by history - the history of a ship run aground and the history of a nation whose currency was Rum.
The Cambus Wallace houses some of the world’s best rum (almost fifty in total), many from the Caribbean and Central Americas and our own locals from Beenleigh and Mount Tamborine Distilleries.