Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

70cl / 40%
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
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This is the latest version of Sailor Jerry rum, which was re-formulated in early 2010 to bring it into line with the US recipe. This version contains less vanilla and lime than the previous edition and is more popular with bartenders. Try with cola or ginger beer with a squeeze of fresh lime, or mix with Red Bull for a 'Popeye'.
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Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum Reviews

38 Customer Reviews

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  • 22 May 2012

    "Nose" Huge vanilla, oak, molasses, leather scent of an old baseball mitt, and egg nog. "Palate" Big vanilla of the nose, comes through mightily on the palate, chased by oak, brown sugar, chewy cedar, and maple sugar. "Finish": Nice long lasting flavors of spiced caramel, drying on the palate leaving balsa wood. The spiciness on the finish is reminiscent of a good measure of nutmeg you taste in egg nog.

  • 30 December 2011

    This drink is bland and boring compared to the old flavour in my opinion. There are a lot nicer rum's on the market at present. If you want to try a nice tasting sailor jerry rum the whisky exchange do have some stock of the original -

  • 16 November 2011

    This stuff is not as bad as some people say, I tried this first and have recently bought some 5cl mini bottles off ebay of the original, I agree with why people are annoyed at it being discontinued as its lovely compared to this! but if you've never had Sailor Jerry you'll find this ok, but in all honesty I find Captain Morgan's Spiced my favourite and have just bought a bottle of Bacardi Oakheart, which is quite nice neat! I still need to try mixed... going to try the Kraken next!

  • 24 August 2011

    This stuff is tasty,I found it smooth and pleasant.I will have to do some more : )

  • 17 June 2011

    Insane madness, not a happy bunny!! bring back the proper stuff !!

  • 6 June 2011

    New Sailor Jerry isn?t worth buying

  • 20 April 2011

    New recipe is awful, without knowing the recipe had changed I knew something had changed for the worse.

  • 22 March 2011

    I too was shocked at the change in recipe - the best description I can come up with is as if someone mixed old Sailor Jerry with regular (cheap) dark rum. It still has a hint of that old flavour, but only when you squeeze a whole lime segment into it!It's by no means terrible, but I won't buy it out of principle. Well, plus spite and sheer annoyance at the loss of my favourite drink [sniff]

  • 19 January 2011

    It’s become very popular in bars. I'd never even noticed it before. Why? Good marketing but I imagine mostly down to the great bottle re-design (making more of the hula girl, as vintage stuff is in fashion). That coupled with the catchy vintage sounding name just makes it a winner right now. It's as simple as that. I like it and most people that try it with me say it's very sweet anyway - so I do wonder what the old one tasted like!? Would like to have tried it

  • 6 January 2011

    I just tried SJ for the first time about 6 months ago here in the US and I like it; have bought several bottles in fact. I thought it was a little heavy on the vanilla though.

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