A 1996 vintage rum bottled at an eye watering full-proof of 64.6%. It's a vatting of 5 barrels distilled in a Coffey still, matured for 15 years (in Tropical Weather, as the label says) and bottled in February 2011.
A 1991 vintage agricole rum produced by Damoiseau on Guadeloupe. Bottled in 2010, this is a big and powerful rum. Their Bellevue distillery was founded in 1942 and continues to make delicious rums to this day.
A column distilled rum from the Don Jose Distillery (aka Destileria Varela Hermanos) in Panama, named for Don Jose Varela who started distilling back in 1936 and better known for producing Ron Abuelo. This was distilled in 1995 and bottled in 2012 as a collaboration between The Whisky Agency and The Nectar. MAXIMUM 2 BOTTLES PER CUSTOMER.
Another stunning full proof rum from renowned Italian independent bottlers Velier. Produced using the French Savalle Still (a four column metal still dating from the 18th century), this is a complex sweet and spicy rum with notes of liquorice and dried fruits.
A prestige blend of long-aged rhums agricoles (ie distilled directly from sugar came juice rather than molasses or other sugar by-products), distilled in Martinique and matured in a mix of French and American oak. A delicious, complex slow-sipper.
Coruba is a Jamaican rum made for the Swiss-based Rum Company Ltd - this is their flagship rum, aged a full twenty-five years in old oak casks. A remarkable rum, winning Gold at the German ISW in 2008.
A very potent cask strength rum from Guyana's famous lost distillery Enmore - this special bottling is comprised of eight casks from the distillery's final distillation in 1995. Thankfully Enmore's legendary wooden pot still lives on at Demerara Distillers's Diamond distillery.
A recently-released special edition of Mount Gay, 1703 was the year the distillery was started, making it arguably the world's oldest surviving distillery. Blended by master distiller Allen Smith using rums aged between ten and thiry years old.
A special limited release from Abuelo, mining the depths of the family stocks to find a rum suitable for a big celebration - their 100th anniversary of production, with sugar cane being grown on their estate since 1908 and still grown there today.
A bottling of Bacardi Superior Rum. This was bottled in Mexico, one of the places the Bacardi family moved the operation to after escaping from Castro's Cuba in the 1960s. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.