Rum connoisseurs most certainly believe that Rum, with its rich and smooth texture; sweet flavour and unique taste; is the best alcoholic beverage of the biting cold winter season. There are no fans of Rum, there are just lovers! And true Rum lovers will not trade even the best single malts for their favourite brand of Rum, especially in the winter season. Rum lovers do not need a reason to delve into this intoxicating drink but we would still like to bring out some must-known facts about this delicious beverage. Its popularity during winter season dates back to the 17th century and the Caribbean sugarcane plantations. Check out some completely healthy reasons that you should drink Rum in Winters. For more alcoholic drinks that is good for the weather visit Bar and Drink.
Oldest Branded Spirit that Exists: Rum is the first branded spirit to come into existence, well, you heard it right. And guess what? The oldest dated rum bottle is Vieux Rhum Anglais found in 1830.
Cures Cold: Rum is believed to possess medicinal properties. When consumed in moderation, rum not only helps to relieve stress but also stabilizes blood pressure levels. To top it all, Rum gives an instant boost to energy levels.
Keeps your body warm: Rum lovers swear by this delicious drink to challenge extreme cold wave conditions. When the weather outside is cold Rum raises their body temperature. We've given you another reason to drink the gold old dark rum!
Good for your Heart: Another reason to have rum is that it can act as a blood thinner and even combat peripheral artery diseases. Well, you can even reduce heart attacks through its consumption. As long as you are drinking in moderation.
Helps in Muscle Pain: Well, you can keep that muscle pain away by having some rum. Moreover, you can even prevent Osteoporosis as rum helps in increasing the bone mineral density.
Good for a long Life: If you do not overdo it and drink rum moderately, you can even see your life span increasing by 2-5 years. You could life a few more years, just like the Old Monk!