A 1960s bottling of Lamb's Navy Rum, produced at that time in the Demerara region of Guyana. Created in 1849 by Alfred Lamb, the original blend used 18 rums from Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad.
A richly coloured, aged agricole rhum from Martinique. A selection of rums aged between 8 and 30 years in new Limousin oak and ex-bourbon casks, combined by La Mauny's master blenders and bottled in an elegant decanter styled bottle.
A complex, well-structured blend of long-aged fine agricole rums produced at the Clément, this XO includes some liquyid from the famed 1970, 1976 and 1952 vintages. Bottled at 44% this is an exceptional sipping rum deserving of serious attention.
The peak of the Diplomatico range, as created by Golden Barrel Awards 2011 Master Rum Blender of the Year, Tito Cordero. Ambassador is matured in ex-bourbon barrels before finishing for a couple of years in Pedro Ximinez casks to give a big, rich and fruity rum.
A very special limited edition rum from Banks, named for the ship in which Sir Joseph Banks, who the company is named after, sailed to the South Pacific with Captain James Cook - HMS Endeavour. It is a blend of five 1996 vintage Guyanan rums, aged in American oak for 16 years and bottled in 2011, presented in an engraved, cork stoppered decanter. Banks Endeavour ranked a very impressive 35th in F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal Top 120 Spirits in 2013.
A very rare bottle of Ron Zacapa - this White Label edition is made with the best sugar cane honey and, although it was subsequently discontinued, this dates from the time several years ago when the labels still read '23 Anos'. The bottle is wrapped in a handwoven 'petate' made from palm leaves.