A recent bottling from a historic brand, the original of which is based on the recipe for the official rum that was given as a tot to sailors in the British Navy. Pusser's is traditionally dark and strong, however this version is a more standard 40% abv. A bargain for a rum of this age and provenance.
A blend of rums from five distilleries, each aged between three and twelve years then filtered to remove the colour. The rums are from Trinidad, Jamaica, Barbados and Guyana, with the intriguing addition of some Batavia Arrack from Java. As you'd expect, this is a big, characterful rum that sits well in a posh daiquiri.
A long aged agricole rum made from fresh sugar cane juice on the island of Martinique. The brand can trace their history back to 1749 and is the largest distillery in the French West Indies. Rich and complex with an exceptionally long finish.
El Dorado 15yo is a remarkable rum, whose greatest achievement was collecting the Wray & Nephew Trophy for Best Rum in the World at the International Wine & Spirits Challenge for an unprecedented four years running.
A multi-award-winning rum from St. Lucia, Admiral Rodney is distilled from molasses in column stills, is aged an average of 12 years before bottling and has always been extremely popular with our customers. The name commemorates a famous 18th century admiral who conquered the French in 1782. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Rum
The Ron Cubay brand was established in 1964 and the rums are made by Cuba Ron S.A., producers of world famous Havana Club. Originally intended for the domestic market, it has only recently (around 2010) begun to be exported. This is the top of their core range, a 10 year old Anejo Superior, which is one to take your time over and not be rushed.
Made with Trinidadian molasses distilled in 2000 at the island's now-demolished Caroni distillery, this high strength dark golden rum was aged for 12 years before being shipped to Scotland for bottling in early 2012. A small slice of rum history.