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  1. Malibu Coconut Rum

    Malibu Coconut Rum


    DESCRIPTION : Clear. Moderately light-bodied. Reminiscent of coconut, almonds, mocha. Delicate, soft texture. Moderately light on the palate, with a strong mouth feel when served neat. Learn More
  2. Don Q Rum Cristal

    Don Q Rum Cristal


    Unlike most clear rums, Don Q uses a multiple distillation system to produce a cleaner, more refined, and more delicate flavor profile. So a Don Q drink will sip smoother than a drink made with another rum. So smooth, in fact, that you can substitute Cristal in a vodka drink, and most won’t be able to tell the difference. It’s then aged in American White Oak barrels to impart a touch more smoothness. Try it. You’ll see. Learn More
  3. Malibu Coconut Rum

    Malibu Coconut Rum


    Clear, moderately light-bodied. Reminiscent of coconut, almonds, mocha. Delicate, soft texture. Moderately light on the palate, with a strong mouth feel when served neat. Learn More
  4. Santa Teresa Claro

    Santa Teresa Claro


    From the superb Santa Teresa producer in Venezuela comes this lightly aged rum. Medium-bodied with a delicate sweetness, Claro is an excellent all-purpose mixing rum ideal for parties or summer get-togethers. Learn More
  5. Santa Teresa Rum Anejo Gran Reserva

    Santa Teresa Rum Anejo Gran Reserva


    Anejo Gran Reserva is a superb Venezuelan rum aged in oak for up to 5 years. Santa Teresa recommend this in cocktails, and it is notable for its delicious aroma Learn More
  6. Plantation Rum Grand Rsv 5yr

    Plantation Rum Grand Rsv 5yr


    Plantation Rum is a unique collection that displays the incredible potential of several Caribbean islands. Plantation Grand Reserve Barbados Rum—which has been barrel-aged masterfully—is a remarkable value that serves as an excellent introduction to the line. Smooth, aromatic, and flavorful, this spirit is bursting with notes of brown sugar, vanilla, flambéed banana, coconut, and dried fruit. Learn More
  7. Chairman's Reserve Rum

    Chairman's Reserve Rum


    Good dark brown amber color. The pot still richness comes through on the nose with sweet honeyed fruit and spicy vanilla from the oak. The palate is balanced, with a mellow but complex mix of ripe raisin fruit, tobacco and spice. The rum has a long, enjoyable finish. Learn More
  8. Bacardi Limon Rum

    Bacardi Limon Rum


    Bacardi Limon Rum Learn More
  9. Kraken Black Spiced Rum

    Kraken Black Spiced Rum


    A drink as strong and dark as kraken (giant squid) ink...94 proof and laden with flavor...The label doesnt indicate it, but the rum is distilled in Trinidad and Tobago... a truly monstrous hit of chocolate and molasses, cut with Christmas spices cinnamon and allspice, cloves and maybe even some ginger. Vanilla is big on the finish. Overall the effect is quite Learn More
  10. Bacardi Light Superior

    Bacardi Light Superior


    Bacardi Light Superior Learn More
  11. Malibu Coconut Rum

    Malibu Coconut Rum


    DESCRIPTION : Clear. Moderately light-bodied. Reminiscent of coconut, almonds, mocha. Delicate, soft texture. Moderately light on the palate, with a strong mouth feel when served neat. Learn More
  12. Gosling's Black Seal Rum

    Gosling's Black Seal Rum


    Black Seal has a rich, intricate flavour, well balanced and nuanced with butterscotch, vanilla and caramel. Or, as expressed up by the Beverage Tasting Institute when they recently awarded it their highest honour, the Platinum Medal: 'Deep, assertive and highly flavoured. Very fragrant with herbal sharpness. At the finish there is a softness and elegance. A most complex, unusual spirit.' In the spring of 1806, London wine & spirits merchant James Gosling set out from England aboard the chartered clipper Mercury with 10,000 dollars of merchandise bound for the Virginias. The voyage was a difficult one. Ninety-one consecutive days of calm left the crew and passengers in dire straits and the charter of Mercury was fast running out. The ship eventually made port in St. Georges, Bermuda, where Gosling and his family decided to set up shop rather than press on to America. James Gosling opened a shop on King's Parade, St George's in December 1806. To this day the company remains the oldest surviving business in Bermuda and is still a family concern. The corks were secured in place with the use of black sealing wax, prompting people to refer to the brand as "Black Seal." Learn More
  13. Ron Llave Rum

    Ron Llave Rum


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  14. Captain Morgan Spice Rum

    Captain Morgan Spice Rum


    The no-nonsense bouquet opens up with marshmallow, light toffee and light honey. Early taste is sweet and molasses-centric, then at midpalate there’s a spiced honey flavor that gently guides you to the creamy, cake frosting finish. I liked this affable spiced rum when I first reviewed it 12 years ago and I still like it Learn More
  15. Blackwell Rum Black Gold Special Reserve

    Blackwell Rum Black Gold Special Reserve


    Chris Blackwell is an international music icon, entrepreneur and cultural pioneer. His reputation and lifestyle are the inspiration behind the brand, and he is proud to offer the best Jamaica has to offer. Chris hails from one of its oldest merchant families, the Lindo family, who first came to the island in 1625. His grandfather owned J. Wray & Nephew—renowned for distilling the best rum in Jamaica. Chris continues in the family tradition with the introduction of Blackwell Fine Jamaican Rum, developed from his own recipe. With his music label, Island Records, Chris brought the best of Jamaican reggae to the world, now he brings you the finest Jamaican rum, made from Jamaican sugar cane and distilled by Jamaican workers. This isn’t a simple light rum, Blackwell Rum, known by Jamaicans as Black Gold, is colorful, rich and complex, like the spirit of this magical island. Learn More
  16. Blackwell Fine Jamaican Black Gold

    Blackwell Fine Jamaican Black Gold


    Chris Blackwell, the inspiration behind Blackwell Fine Jamaican Rum, hails from one of Jamaica's oldest merchant families. Although Blackwell was born in London, he spent his childhood in Jamaica and after attending school back in England, returned to the country. In 1959, Chris Blackwell created Island Records, bringing Reggae music to the attention of international audiences - one of his most noted achievements was gaining recognition for Bob Marley & The Wailers. Created from a traditional family recipe, Blackwell Fine Jamaican Rum is a rich, fragrant spirit that has been barrel aged for one year and infused with tropical flavors. A bold molasses note on both the nose and palate is complemented by hints of coffee, clove and spice which lead to toasted coconut on the finish. Learn More
  17. El Dorado 12yr Rum

    El Dorado 12yr Rum


    Lush tropical fruit and spice nose with hints of honey and dark sugar. Round, mellow, full bodied palate with rich flavours of fruit and spice. The finish is delightful, elegant and dry. Learn More
  18. Bacardi Light Superior

    Bacardi Light Superior


    Bacardi Light Superior Learn More
  19. Plantation Rum Grand Rsv 5yr

    Plantation Rum Grand Rsv 5yr


    Ferrand has embarked on another exclusive new spirits venture: the Plantation Rum Collection. These spectacular artisanal spirits come from Barbados hand-selected by Ferrand's owner Alexandre Gabriel. While the rums are created in rum distilleries in the traditional fashion and aged in barrels in the tropical sun, they then undergo a unique finishing process not used by any other rum producer in the industry. At just the right moment they're brought to the historic Ferrand estate in France and then refined for several more months in small French oak Ferrand cognac barrels. "Our love affair with true rum began when we sold the prized casks that once held our Cognac to better rum producers, and we fell in love with their product," Gabriel notes. "Ninety-nine percent of rums are aged in barrels that once held bourbon. We found that adding an aging process in a French oak cask that once held Cognac adds extra complexity to the rum. This is a practice that was done more commonly in the past but has almost disappeared now. We thought who better than Ferrand, with our knowhow and exceptional casks, to resurrect this ancient technique." Learn More
  20. Ron Zacapa Sistema Solera 23yr Rum

    Ron Zacapa Sistema Solera 23yr Rum


    Containing a blend of rums from 6 to 23 years old Keynote Wonderfully intricate with honeyed butterscotch, spiced oak and raisined fruit, showcasing the complexity of the sistema solera ageing process. Appearance Light mahogany, with the tones of long barrel ageing at the rim and long, slow legs clinging to the glass. A soft start which develops complexity in the glass; sweet aromas of caramel, vanilla, cacao and butterscotch, combining with layers of flavour indicative of the different barrels in the solera process; sherried notes of caramelised, roasted brazil nuts and toasted hazelnut, and the characteristic rounded toffeed banana and dried pineapple of ex-American whiskey casks. Wonderfully complex, generous and full-bodied, with a sweet honeyed viscosity atypical of an aged spirit; a great depth of raisined fruit and apricot preserves, building to an intense heart of savoury oak, nutmeg, leather and tobacco with notes of coffee and delicately sweet vanilla, balanced with a spicy touch of cinnamon and ginger on the pleasantly astringent finish; truly a rum for the discerning palate. Best enjoyed on a single large lump of pure, clear ice in a luxury rocks glass with a heavy base. Learn More
  21. El Dorado 25yr Rum Special Reserve

    El Dorado 25yr Rum Special Reserve


    25 Year Old 

    A very limited edition for the connoisseur who appreciates the best in the world of spirits.

    An extremely rare creature and a rare experience to savour. Created to mark the turn of the millennium, 25 Year Old Vintage Reserve is presented in an appropriately distinctive decanter to treasure or to give with pleasure.

    This exquisite vintage rum possesses a silky smoothness which challenges the oldest cognac. The constant ambient warmth and tropical conditions of Demerara dramatically hasten the maturation process – producing a spirit that is the equivalent of one aged for many more years in a cooler climate.

    Tasting Notes:

    An extremely rare creature, this rum is rich, smooth and mellow with soft syrupy mouth-feel and subtle notes of caramel and heavy fruit cake. An after-dinner treat for sipping slowly and sparingly.

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  22. Black Tot "Last Consignment" British Royal Naval Rum

    Black Tot "Last Consignment" British Royal Naval Rum


    Rumfest Golden Rum Barrel Awards 2010: Best European Rum


    Forty years on, Speciality Drinks have decided to release the last remaining Royal Naval rum stocks from 1970. This last consignment of the original rum has been bottled from the original imperial gallon stone flagons into which it had been filled and sealed under HM Customs & Excise supervision in December 1970. Black Tot - Last Consignment rum was officially released on the 31st July 2010 to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Black Tot Day. This unique rum represents the last fragment of a Naval tradition that began in 1655 and ended forty years ago, and as such, can be considered an important landmark in naval history, and the history of rum itself.

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