Jamaican rum is considered by many as being a sub-category and maintains strict rules on what can be bottled in Jamaica and be called Jamaican Rum; in particular, no additives other than colouring are permitted. Jamaican rums remain true to tradition and in both the production style and flavour profiles are the closest to the traditional style rum consumed centuries ago. Jamaican rums are commonly known for bold, pungent flavours as a result of using these traditional production techniques. Several Jamaican distilleries also have production methods allowing them to produce lighter rums. A strong history in cocktails such as the rum punch, Planter͛s Punch, Mai Tai and the Zombie.