An old cuban rum produced by Jose Arechabala s.a, the same company that produced the Cuban version of Havana Club. This rum appears to have been bottled sometime in the 1960s, a time after the nationalisation of the company.
An old Cuban rum produced by Jose Arechabala s.a, the same company that produced the Cuban version of Havana Club. This rum appears to have been bottled sometime in the 1960s, a time after the nationalisation of the company.
A special bottling of the famous 23 year-old Zacapa Centenario to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of its first release. The presentation pack includes two specially-designed Reidel crystal glasses unique to Zacapa.
An old bottling of Barbancourt 3 star Rhum, Haiti's finest. We estimate this was bottled in the 1960s, the label referring to the late Paul Gardere, whose son Jean was in charge at the time of production. This bottle was produced for the Italian market, with it carrying a sticker for Baretto-Import of Milan.
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.
An old bottling of Clement Rum at 6 years of age. The brand was founded by Homère Clément when he purchased Domaine de l'Acajou on Martinique in 1887. This bottle dates from the early part of the 1960s.
One of the greats from Guyana's El Dorado - the rarely released 25 year old. It's only produced when the sugar cane harvest is of sufficient quality to lend itself to such long ageing, and this time it was the 1986 crop that met the grade, six years on from the last vintage. A fantastic rum.