A truly superb dark golden rum made in Bermuda by Gosling's, who are of course much more famous for their Black Seal rum of Dark 'N' Stormy fame. To overlook this complex sipper would be a mistake, however - we think it's a hidden gem.
Originally aged in ex-cognac casks, this 2002 vintage rum from the Reunion Island's Savanna distillery has been finished for six months in sherry casks for extra smoothness and a layer of fruity sweetness.
Clarke's Court #37 Blend was released in 2010 to coincide with the 37th anniversary of the island's independence from the British Empire. Coincidentally, the buildings that house Clarke's Court distillery first produced rum back in 1937. This is aged for 8 years in oak before bottling.
Not to be confused with Zacapa Centenario, this Fundacion 20yo is made by Centenario Internacional, who hail from Costa Rica. Sweet and easy-sipping, this is a rum of complexity and depth, and is packaged in a rather fancy leather jacket.
A very high-strength overproof pot-distilled molasses rum from Mauritius, Tilambic is aged for up to seven years. The 151 represents the strength in US proof, which means that this rum is 75.5% abv and as such should be used extremely carefully and not ingested neat.
R. St Barth Chic Rum is an agricole rum from the island of St. Barths in the Caribbean. Aged for 4 years in re-charred ex-bourbon barrels before being bottled at 40%, this would make a sweeter 'Ti Punch.