O.V.D. is a long-established dark Demerara rum, with a cult following. Bottled for George Morton Ltd in Glasgow since 1838, OVD remains extremely popular, particularly in Scotland.
(£16.13 ex. VAT)
Customer Reviews: (7 reviews)
this was the rum that started it all for me growing up in scotland. OVD and coke fuelled many a crazy night out
- scott, 29th March
getting hard to find, this one of the best rums on the market, and I've tried a few.
wish more stores would sell it.
- geoff, 6th Oct '12
Oh how funny I didn't know it was a Scottish thing! I had never seen it before moving here, but now I buy it all the time.
- anonymous, 2nd Aug '12
The finest and most palatable rum you can buy. Personally I drink it 50/50 with coke, but its each to his own. It's utterly superb, and definitely one for the connoisseur
- Al Choholic, 31st Jul '12
Very enjoyable neat, packed with treacle and burnt toffee flavours, slips down easily, belying its 40% a.b.v. A definite favourite of mine, for the price.
- Grant Melville, Falkirk, 3rd Mar '12
Tried this on spec and wasn't disappointed.The label gives the clue to it's taste.
Syrupy and sweet yet with a slight bitter burnt edge which cuts nicely through the sugaryness. The smell reminds me of the Fowlers treacle my mother used in cakes.
One I would not waste in mixers or cocktails but sip neat with no ice.
With an accompanying espresso and a malted milk biscuit your elevenses are sorted.
- David H, 13th Feb '12
When it came to rum i always had Lambs navy rum then OVD was recommended to me by a Scottish friend and very happy he did this is very easy to drink neat, you wouldn't think you were drinking 40% spirit. Tastes a bit like toffee or caramel with a consistency that leaves a bit clinging to the glass my friend loves it with cola or in coffee. Definitely ordering more.
- JW, 21st Nov '11
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