Pale rum: Colorless, delicate and light. It is the raw material of cocktail base liquor and other drinks.
Neutral rum: In the production process, water is added to molasses to ferment it, and then only the juice floating on it is distilled and aged. Use light or strong rums to mix well before selling.
Thick rum: In the production process, first let molasses ferment for 2-3 days, add the residue or bagasse left by the last distillation, make it ferment, and even add other spice juice, put it in a single distiller, distilled out, injected into the inside of the roasted oak barrel aging for several years.