Wood's Old Navy Rum

70cl / 57%
Wood's Old Navy Rum
Web Exclusive Price £29.75 £24.79 ex VAT (£42.50 per litre)
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The 2016 redesign of Wood's Navy Rum – an excellent overproof pot-still Navy rum from Guyana, aged for up to three years in oak. With its rich demerara and toffee flavours, this is another good alternative for a float on cocktails.


Wood's Old Navy Rum Reviews

9 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    27 December 2018

    This is a really tasty rum!!

  • 5
    22 October 2018

    What I taste is rich, moist demerera, dark brown muscovado, dark, sweet fudge, and all with a bite. The best dark rum I've tasted!

  • 5
    27 July 2018

    As near as you can get to the traditional "Pussers" rum as I remember it. Cocktail mix ----- Bah!

  • 5
    30 December 2017

    What a hit!!!!having a bedtime sip and enjoying the flavours …

  • 5
    19 November 2017

    Rums my drink guys ..and it’s my passion.. and if I’m honest I’m a diplomatico kind of guy, and I judge my rum.. on how smooth it is on my palate..and the flavours that follow.. well I’ve just been hit by a bomb!! this grog is phenomenal value for you pennies, it’s like bonfire toffee in a glass. The flavours are so intense ..and yes it’s way too strong to be a social drink on its own.. but when you mix it.. it punches way above its weight... forget goslings black seal rum.. when you want a dark and stormy, this bad boy wins hands down... orjust make a simple rum and coke with a squeeze of lime . It’s really that good.. it’s a must for your collection... believe me I’m even using it for my marinade for my rum and coke spare ribs right now ... welcome to rum-land... buy it you won’t regret it ...

  • 5
    24 October 2017

    a classic drink from my past

  • 5
    8 September 2017

    This is the new name and new bottle for what was Woods 100. Same good rum though. It's a British classic. They import 3 Guayanan rums including one from a 200 year old wooden pot still, blend them and age them for a c.3 years in old casks. Then it's cut to drinkable "gunpowder strength" and bottled. It's a classic navy-style flavour, every much as authentic as Pussars. It's strong stuff - flammable - and benefits from a bit of water I think. It's also a v.useful cocktail ingredient where you want the strength of alchohol and caramel flavour. It's not one of the "aged" rums that are so popular at the moment (and so sweetened and faked in many cases). This stuff just never changes and remains a standard rum you should have in your collection.

  • 5
    3 August 2017

    Was a present and they lived it

  • 5
    22 June 2017

    strong stuff, but very enjoyable