“Chef Paul Yellin, the man behind the East Bay eatery, hasn’t been shy about his plans to return Charleston to its rum roots and offer locals a taste of authentic Caribbean fare. When last we spoke with Yellin, he talked about sharing the flavors and feel of Barbados, while providing an alternative to the “bourbon and bacon” that holds such prominence in the local food scene”.
Paul has assembled some 60 wonderful rums, rons, and rhum to stock his Rhum Bar and a menu of very unique and wonderful sounding cocktails for those that like cocktails made with the quality ingredients that they were intended to have. Paul's selection Rums coming from America, Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Trinidad, and the West Indies; Rons from Columbia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela; and finally Rhums from Brazil, Guadeloupe, Haiti, and Martinique. give him a very awesome group of cane spirits from which his customers cam choose.
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I'd like to wish Paul Yellin all the best in his new venture and I hope that Cane Rhum Bar and Caribbean Kitchen takes off like a rocket and does well for the long haul.