Colombia makes Guinness with largest rum-tasting event

Typical Cartagena fries were served between tastings to change flavours and clear taste buds

Cartagena (Colombia): The Colombian city of Cartagena de Indias has made it to the Guinness World Records with the largest rum-tasting event in the world, in which 313 people took part. Typical Cartagena fries were served between tastings to change flavours and clear taste buds The event was hosted at Cartagena’s Caribe Hotel on Monday, where More...

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