A flavoured rum based spirit from Bacardi combining strawberry with up-and-coming superfood Dragon Fruit, a weird looking beast with spiky pink and green skin that hides lightly coloured fresh pulp studded with crunchy black seeds.
Blackwell's Rum is owned by Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records and grandson of a previous J Wray & Nephew owner. Made from Jamaican sugar cane and distilled by Jamaican workers, this is colourful, rich and complex.
An aged white rum from Botran, produced in Guatemala. They age the rum in an ex-bourbon cask solera and then charcoal filter the spirit to remove the colour while maintaining the fruity woody flavour. It's quite a dry rum and is great for mixing, not changing the colour of your cocktail when it's added.
An light gold rum produced by La Tondeña distillery in Manila in the Philippines. This sits between the silver and the dark in the distillery's range and works equally well as a mixing rum as it does in cocktails.
A terrific molasses-based Mauritian rum, Green Island is packed with flavour, which is no surprise when you consider that this is actually blended using 3-5yo rums. The golden colour of the aged rum is removed via charcoal filtration, which also gives the rum its creamy texture. Yummy!
A Mauritian rum blended with vanilla, nutmeg and other tropical spices, and named after the rare Pink Pigeon - another native of Mauritius, brought close to extinction in the 90s but now flapping around again in much healthier numbers.
A spiced rum from St Aubin on the island of Mauritius, made using just rum, cane syrup and natural spices. Different to most spiced rums as the base spirit is an agricole, made from sugar cane juice rather than molasses.