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Abuelo Centuria Rum (40% abv)

A rare rum blend made in Panama, Ron Abuelo Centuria is aged in Jack Daniel’s whiskey barrels in the solera method. Some of the rums are as old as 30 years, and the flavour is astonishingly rich and punchy.

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Abuelo Rum Cask Finish Collection (40% abv)

Abuelo XV Finish Collection is a wonderful selection of the best 15 year old brown rum from Abuelo. In this gift pack you will find the Abuelo XV Oloroso, the XV Napoleon and the XV Tawny.

 

 

 

Adelphi Clarendon Rum(Monymusk) 2008 -12yo Madeira cask (56.8%)

A single estate Jamaican rum from Clarendon. 12 years old and matured in a refill Maderia cask. Adelphi don’t release an awful lot of single cask rum but they are super sought after when they do. This limited release is one of 402 bottles and bottled at 56.8% abv.

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Admiral Rodney HMS Princessa Rum (40% abv)

Named after one of the ships commanded by Admiral Rodney which broke the lines at the Battle of the Saints in the West Indies. This decisive victory allowed Britain to control the Caribbean Sea.

The rum is a blend of St. Lucian rum which range from five to nine years old, having been aged in former Bourbon barrels. The result is a densely flavoured rum, full of dried fruit, vanilla, oak, woodspice, cream, honey and milk chocolate notes.

This is a really well balanced bottling with the different styles of rum working to compliment each other.

A welcome addition to Admiral Rodney’s range, this is a delightful sipping rum.

Admiral Rodney HMS Royal Oak Saint Lucia Rum (40% abv)

A wonderful St Lucian rum from Admiral Rodney, joining their mini-series of ‘Battle of the Saints’ bottlings. Like the HMS Princessa release, this rum celebrates one of the ships that Admiral Rodney commanded to victory against the French Navy in that conflict. Royal Oak is also a suitable name for a barrel aged spirit!

Made entirely out of Coffey still distilled rum, the spirits contained in this blend are aged between seven and 12 years, giving this rum an extraordinary depth and complexity.

Drinkers should expect bold notes of old oak, toffee, molasses, coffee, chocolate, vanilla, dried fruit, woodspice, dried pineapple and mango, and treacle tart.

A fantastic example of the extra old rum style, this is a luxurious sipping rum.

Admiral Rodney Officer’s Releases N ° 1 (45% abv)

Distilled in St. Lucia by Saint Lucia Distillers (SLD) in 2006 and rested for 13 years in ex-Bourbon barrels before being “finished” for nine months in ex-Port wine cask barrels. This rum has been distilled using traditional column stills and is presented at 45% in “the iconic statutory carafe of the brand.”

According to Brand Ambassador, Dave Marsland, “this limited-edition series pays tribute to Admiral Georges Rodney, a highly-recognised British naval officer who distinguished himself in 1782 during one of the most memorable naval battles in the Caribbean theatre, “The Battle of the Saintes”. Since this particular day, the name of the Admiral Rodney is closely related to Saint Lucia’s history. The island dedicated him its emblematic bay in the north.”

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Admiral Rodney Rum Officer’s Release No.2 2009 Irish Whiskey Cask (45% abv)

The second entry in Admiral Rodney’s Officer’s Release series, distilled in 2009 and finished in ex-Irish whiskey casks. The nose entices you with notes of clove, allspice, baked honey, prunes and rapsberries. The palate is fruity and spicy, expertly combining cherry, blackcurrant, sweet chilli and Asian spices with a hint of saltiness to finish.

Admiral Rodney Saint Lucia Rum HMS Formidable (40% abv)

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Another terrific bottling in the ‘Battle of the Saints’ mini-series from St. Lucian distillers Admiral Rodney. Like the other bottlings in this range, the expression celebrates one of the ships commanded by Admiral Rodney in the Battle of the Saints – a crucial victory which established British naval dominance in the Caribbean.

This is the oldest bottling in the ‘Battle of the Saints’, with all the rums used in the blend between nine and 12 years old. All the spirit was distilled in Coffey stills, and aged in former Bourbon barrels.

The result is a luscious and decadent rum, which delivers waves of bright toasted oak, vanilla, chocolate, tropical fruit, dried fruit, molasses, mahogany, pot-pourri and mango.

An extraordinary, extra-old rum from a top-quality producer.

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Angostura 15 Year Old “1787” Rum (40% abv)

The House of Angostura has announced the launch of a new, super-premium, 15 year-old aged rum: Angostura 1787 An exquisite sipping rum, Angostura 1787 is beautifully balanced, with a medium-bodied palate, and a sweet bouquet of banana, dried fruit and oak with top notes of apples. Its taste carries a hint of dried prunes and sweet rounded oak notes entwined with toffee nuances, with a long, crisp finish.

Appleton Estate 21 Year Old Limited Edition (43% abv)

This is a small batch production drawn from a select number of barrels. Each release is numbered.

The spirit itself is simply delicious, with an extraordinary richness and incredible creamy mouthfeel. Despite its outstanding age, the rum avoids being overoaked, with excellent balance between cask and spirit.

Drinkers should expect notes of rancio, raisins, stewed pears and dried fruit, dark oak, citrus fruit, baking spices, molasses and burnt sugar. Stand-out flavours of chai, peaches and tropical fruit round out the finish. These notes are given something of a boost by the bump in proof to 43% ABV.

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Black Tot 50th Anniversary Rum-Special Edition (54.5% abv)

A special-edition Caribbean rum, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Black Tot Day. Made with a combination of rums from Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad, this rum offers layers of flavour with notes of liquorice, vanilla beans, lime juice, dark chocolate, brandy-poached pears and mint, with hints of roast nuts and sweet bananas.

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Black Tot Rum (46.2% abv)

On the 31st of July 1970, a 300-year-old Royal Naval tradition ended at precisely 6 bells in the forenoon watch, when the last rum ration was issued aboard ships of the British Royal Navy; a day to be forever remembered as Black Tot Day.

Forty years on, in 2010, as a mark of respect to this wonderful tradition, Elixir Distillers launched Black Tot Last Consignment a blend of rum made up of the very last remaining stocks of Royal Navy rum that had been discovered in naval warehouses in Dartmouth and Deptford. This historic rum had sat dormant for over 30 years, only seeing the light of day on state occasions and Royal weddings.

In 2019 Elixir Distillers launched a new, accessible rum that pays homage to the history of naval rum whilst turning the style on its head. Black Tot rum is a blend of some of the finest spirits from Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica, creating a modern,  versatile and multi-layered rum that appeals to rum and whisky lovers across all seas.