Rum is a spirit distilled from fermented sugar cane. Established in 1862, Bacardi offers white and dark rums as well as fruit-infused flavors.
MyFitnessPal, a nutrition website, lists Bacardi Superior Rum as containing 65 calories per ounce, with zero fat and carbs. Bacardi 151, Bacardi's rum with the highest alcoholic content, contains 122 calories and zero fat and carbs per 1-ounce serving.
Infused rum is rum that is flavored through contact with fruits and herbs. It is sometimes sweetened. Bacardi offers several infused rum formulas including Razz, Peach Red, Grand Melon, Big Apple, Torched Cherry, Dragon Berry and Coconut Rock. One of its most popular flavors, Bacardi Limon, a lemon infusion, contains 102 calories and 3 g of carbs per 1.5-ounce serving.
Light-colored rums are light-bodied and are filtered to remove color and some flavors. They are often used for infusions. Golden rums achieve their amber color through several years of aging in oak casks. Dark rums can have strong caramel or molasses flavors arising from their pot distillation and long aging in wood casks.