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.
Matusalem 23 Gran Reserva Rum is aged in a traditional solera system. Produced in Dominican Republic, the company's history goes back to 1872. A rich and toasty rum that's perfect for sipping by the fire on a cold evening.
A bottle of Depaz Rhum Agricole Vieux VSOP. Produced using sugar grown at the foot of Mount Pelée on the French-owned island of Martinique. A complex rum that is equally at home being sipped neat as a postprandial drink as in a variety of cocktails.
A single barrel rum produced in the last remaining wooden coffey still in the world at Enmore. One of three single barrel rums in the El Dorado range, each from a different distillery. A complex rum with notes of caramel, vanilla, leather and tobacco.
One of three single barrel (and indeed single still) rums in the El Dorado range, this example was made using the traditional techniques of the French Savalle Still at Uitvlugt distillery. An intriguing rum with notes of spice, tobacco and shortbread cookies.
A 10 year rum from St Nicholas Abbey, based in the north of Barbados and owned by Larry Warren since 2006. This is a blend of pot and column still rums bought with the distillery, reracked into new casks and then matured for up to 12 years before blending and bottling. The bottle is also quite special, engraved and topped with a stopped made of windfall mahogany. A special and unique Bajan rum.
Black Tot is the marrying of the last consignment of official British Navy Rum - squirrelled away in stone flagons after the abolition of the rum rations on Black Tot Day, which occurred on 31st July 1970. Now at last, this remaining navy spirit has been discovered and is now available to the general public for the very first time.
Reserva Limitada is Ron Zacapa's annual release. Selected by master blender Lorena Vazquez, this is a blend of reserve rums aged between 6 and 24 years in a combination of sherry and charred American white oak casks.
Following one of the best (and sweetest) sugar cane harvests in Venezuelan history, Diplomatico decided to release a single vintage rum from the year 2000. This exceptional rum was distilled in a combination of old copper pot stills and a batch kettle, then aged for 12 years in bourbon and single malt whisky casks before being finished in sherry wood.
This limited-release Zacapa XO Solera Gran Reserva Especial (in a stylish flat decanter) won Gold in the Super-Premium category at the International Rum Festival for several years after its release in 2000, and was given the Platinum award for the Super-Premium category in 2002.