Serge Lutens Arabie handles the dried fruit requirement for sure, but I'm not sure about the rum aspect. It certainly doesn't have the same sort of liquor feeling that one gets from By Kilian, or Bois 1920. If you can handle a substitution of cognac for rum, I highly recommend Frank No. 2 as an excellent inexpensive alternative. It's really intoxicating.
How different is Amouage Jubilation XXV compared to By Kilian Straight to Heaven?
Like night and day. Jubilation XXV is a very incensey oud fragrance while I get rum and woods from Straight to Heaven. I personally find that 1270 is definitely worth a sample if you don't mind carrying around a decant of it for re-application.
Also, though it has more of a cognac-cigar vibe (then again, both cognac and cigars with dried, slightly alcohol-soaked fruits in their notes), Escada pour Homme might also be worth testing along these lines.