In 2011, Cédric Brément, began the adventure of Rhums de Ced 'with a goal: to revive the category of Rhums Arrangés. The Rhum Arrangés are traditional recipes typical of the island of Réunion and the French Caribbean made with Rhum, fruit and sugar cane syrup. From the selection of white Rhum Agricole to the choice of the highest quality fruits, it is the passion that drives the Ced team and drives them to create an ever-widening assortment of products able to satisfy all tastes.
Training agronomist, Cédric has carefully selected over the years the ingredients and the farmers to create his Arrangés range. The artisan recipes are the expression of the best Rhum of the French Caribbean (Martinique AOC and Guadeloupe), fresh fruit ripened on the plant and sugar cane syrup specially created by them from the best sugar canes. Les Rhums de Ced 'are 100% natural and contain no aromas, colorings or preservatives.
SELECTION OF INGREDIENTS. From the Pineapple Victoria of the island of Réunion to the cocoa beans harvested in Mexico and fresh toasted in Nantes, Ced personally knows all the local farmers involved and much attention is given to minimizing the time from harvesting to processing. All fruits are transported by air to ensure maximum freshness. Rhum de Ced 'uses exclusively seasonal fruit carefully selected for the different aromatic components that give the product. As much attention is given to the selection of highly aromatic Rhum Agricole, from the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe.
PROCESSING When the fruit reaches the best degree of ripeness it is harvested by hand and sent by air to France. Immediately after carrying out the customs operations the fresh fruit arrives in the laboratories of Rhums de Ced 'near Nantes. All the fruit is processed on the same day, without any exception. Each fruit is manually cut with a knife and immediately immersed in the bottle with the mixture of Rhum Agricole and sugar cane syrup. To ensure maximum freshness and aromas, it may not take more than two minutes from cutting the fruit to immersion in the bottle. Maceration occurs naturally in the bottle which must rest for at least a month before being marketed.
MAITRE ARTISAN Since 2013, the laboratory of Les Rhums de Ced 'has received the important recognition of Maitre Artisan by the French government, a recognition that rewards the talent and competence of the best artisanal companies across the Alps.