Appleton Estate 12-Year Rum is a blend of several rums aged between 12 and 18 years in American oak barrels after being distilled using small-batch copper pot stills. The rum is produced on the Appleton Estate, which sits in the Nassau Valley in Jamaica. The estate’s origins date back as far as 1655 when the English overthrew the Spanish to rule the island and Frances Dickinson, grandfather of the distillery’s founders, received the land as a reward for his role in the overthrow.
BACARDÍ Gold rum is the proud creation of the Maestros de Ron Bacardí. They expertly craft its rich flavors and golden complexion in toasted oak barrels. And the secret behind that unique mellow character? That comes from a blend of charcoals known only to them.
BACARDÍ Gold rum brings together rich, soothing flavors like vanilla, buttery caramel, toasted almond and sweet banana notes balanced by the warm zest of orange peel and a light, oaky finish.
Coruba Gold is 100% Jamaican Rum, made in the modern rum style with its golden colour totally due to ageing in small oak barrels. Coruba uses both pot and column still rums to create the final Coruba Gold blend. Coruba Gold is smooth and mellow with a full-body, medium-sweet and rich entry flavour with a long, full finish. You'll also notice the flavours of brown sugar, nutmeg and vanilla. The Coruba Gold taste is not what you'd expect from rum and is one of the most versatile a
Havana Club is of the world's cocktail bar staples due to its inherent quality and ability to used in a multitude of classic cocktail recipes. The 3 Year Old Añejo is a traditional white rum that is aged naturally for 3 year to enhance the intense aromas and flavours. It's complexity making it perfect for use in either a Mojito or Daiquiri.
inest quality, ex-Bourbon, American oak barrels, first play host to this incredibly complex, luscious rum, where it ages for three to four years on the hot, tropical island of Barbados in the beautiful Caribbean. Next a soft, subtle, woody, nutmeg palate is slowly drawn out in Pierre Ferrand's own finest, ex cognac, French oak casks, as this beautiful rum continues to mature for another one to two years in France. The end result is a subtle, elegant, refined, masterclass sipping rum, that perfectly embodies the very heart and soul of the ancient Barbadian Rum trade, which dates all the way back to 1642. Excellent all on its own or equally brilliant for your favourite aperitifs or classic cocktails, like the very famous Mai Tai. This is indeed award-winning Rum on another level of excellence that will be your new, Rum muse!
From the pristine lagoons to the lush jungles, the Plantation Isle of Fiji is an ode to the beauty of the Fiji Islands.
This delicious rum is made using traditional techniques and local Fijian sugar cane. First aged in this tropical climate in bourbon casks, the rum is then sailed to the southwest of France for a second maturation in French oak casks.
This double ageing method paired with Fijian know-how creates a rum with warm notes of exotic fruits and raisins.
Light gold, similar to a Fino Sherry or an aged Chardonnay. Bright citrus at first with a noticeable but well integrated spicy oakiness. Less herbal than the silver. With time the earthier notes come through and a definite roasted coffee note.
Our vision is to distill the finest botanical rum this world has ever tasted. Are we mad to imagine we can? To bring figment to fruition, we passionately craft a base of rich, Pure Single Rum to be re-distilled using a highly unorthodox method of vapour infusion to capture the delightfully unique botanical flavours & aromatics. Thus creating an almost entirely new category of “Botanical” Rum - a spirit born of imagination and distilled with whole-hearted dedication.
Botanicals: Orange Peel, Roasted Dandelion & Burdock Root, Horopito, Mairehau, Nutmeg, Pimento, Bay Leaf, Orris Root,