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Ritual Rum Alternative
Ritual Rum Alternative
Ritual Rum Alternative
Ritual Rum Alternative
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Ritual Rum Alternative

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This replacement for dark rum lovers is packed with decadent flavors & a nice kick that truly resembles rum.

Ritual’s all-natural non-alcoholic rum alternative is built for cocktails. Try this dark spirit in your favorite rum based drinks for some conscious consumption that always leaves you on your A game. We must say they have outdone themselves this time, this is likely our favorite product from the Ritual lineup.

What does it taste like?

  • Nose: intense bouquet of toasted cinnamon, sweet ripe banana, clove & molasses
  • Palate: fresh ginger provides that same burn alcohol provides from start to finish, warm vanilla, honey, charred apricot, bitter orange, toasted spices, and notes of toffee
  • Conclusion: incredibly captures the spirit of a classic dark rum, we see awards for this product in the future


  • Although it has great flavor this is not made to sip on its own & should instead be used as a base for rum cocktails, must try in Dark N Stormy, Cuba Libre & Mai Tai
  • After opening drink within 6 months

Good to know

  • Made in USA
  • Dark Rum alternative
  • 750ml bottle
  • Gluten & Nut free
  • Non-GMO
  • 2gr of sugar per 44ml (1.5 fl oz) serving
  • 10 calories per 44ml (1.5 fl oz) serving
  • Contains 0.00% alcohol

Ingredients: Filtered Water, Sugar, Natural Flavors, Caramel Color, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jordan McCarthy

got this as someone who can’t drink and it was amazing. The bitter orange really shines through and I find it goes really well in daiquiris.