The Origins series from Mount Gay is designed to show the different processes used in making rum, highlighting the subtle ways each step can affect the final flavour. This second volume focuses on the difference between the still types. These bottles of rum are identical in every way except the still used for distillation. After fermenting the sugar cane juice, it is divided into two parts; one to be distilled in a Copper Column still while the other uses a Copper Pot still. This is a great introduction to the argument of column versus pot stills and how just this difference can change the profile of a rum from chocolate and nuts to crisp florals and sweet fruit.