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ST. GEORGE, S.C. (AP) - December 9, 2013 (WPVI) -- It's a rare rum.
A South Carolina distiller is making a type of rum not widely produced in the U.S. High Wire Distilling fired up an almost 100-year-old sugar cane press to produce about 1,000 gallons of cane juice.
The sweet stuff will be used to produce a style of rum made on the French-speaking islands in the Caribbean.
The usual varieties of rum are made with refined sugar or molasses.
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