Twice filtered and deliciously smooth angostura white Reserva rum is a drinkable and refreshing spirit which works wonderfully when simply dashed on the rocks. A blend of light and heavy rums distilled in angostura’s famous five-column continuous still create the distinct flavour of angostura white rum and the 2-year distillation process helps guarantee the sweet yet complex flavour. Citrus notes combined with sweet banana and tropical fruits dance on the palate and keep you coming back to angostura white Reserve.
The five year old offering initially launched as angostura gold is here and ready to show off the finest features of the popular trinidadian brand. Blending together heavy and light molasses-based rums angostura 5 years is intense with pungent treacle and muscovado sugar notes coming through in the nose. The flavour itself is medium with cedar wood and spice playing key roles alongside zesty grapefruit. The citrus notes come through especially well in the aftertaste.
Angostura 1919 is an 8-year-old offering from the famous Trinidadian distillery that benefits from oaky tones delivered through the ex-bourbon casks it’s matured in. Toasted coconut and rich vanilla are released from the first opening and the taste is zesty with notes of exotic cumquat, dark sugar and faint herbal notes of eucalyptus and almond. The citrus flavours are the most prominent from beginning to end and give angostura 1919 a refreshing twist.
Another classic from the famous Appleton rum distillery, a blend of Jamaican rums come together to deliver the flavour of Appleton 21 year. Matured for that full 21 year period, this Appleton rum is a rarity and is only released once a year, making it highly sought after. Burnt fruit cake and leathery notes are the most prominent in this rum closely followed by bitter spiced oak, that classic demerara sugar flavour and vanilla and ginger spices. The tannic oak flavour remains long after drinking and is indicative of the premium quality of this rum and its maturity.
Appleton rare 12-year rum brings together rums of ages between 12 and 18 offering one of the finest quality aged rums that jamaica has to offer. The age of this rum is apparent from the moment you open it, with a thick and rich nose packed full of buttery vanilla and nutty spice notes. It is rich and creamy on the palate with an oaky biscuit flavour. The oaky notes are the most prominent to the end.
Appleton special rum is a premium offering from the Appleton estate which blends together hand-selected rums which are aged in Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whisky barrels. There’s a tropical twist to the nose of this rum which works beautifully with the other aromas of cinnamon and ginger. Medium-bodied and smooth on the palate, those spiced flavours from the nose are released into the mouth and are joined by rich buttery vanilla. A high-quality rum which stands up to scrutiny.
15 individually distilled pot and column rums come together to give us Appleton signature. Medium-sweet in flavour with a smoothness on the palate, Appleton vs is perfect on the rocks, is complemented by ginger beer and has a true taste of the Caribbean. Brown sugar, light spices and dried currants and raisins are prominent on the palate and the flavour remains sweet and mellow from beginning to end.
One of Jamaica’s most recognisable brands, Appleton's white rum is up there with their finest dark varieties. a blend of rich pot and light column still rums come together to give Appleton its unique taste and this also involves being filtered through special charcoal filters. Light-bodied and smooth in flavour there is a smoky depth to the character of Appleton white which isn’t common amongst lighter rums. Simply offering what you’d expect from a white rum combine it with your favourite tropical fruit juice.
A four-year-old golden rum that's inspired by Bacardi founder Don Facundo's original recipe. Anejo Cuatro is a vibrant spirit with notes of honey, vanilla and oak spices, as well as a smooth palate that's rounded out by the inclusion of some five- and six-year-old rums.
A warming spiced-rum-based-spirit-drink from Bacardi, with a focus on the fiery notes of cinnamon. Bacardi Carta Fuego ages in torched oak barrels for at least a year and is charcoal filtered before bottling. It ought to spice up your cocktails and mixed drinks, that's for sure. The name, of course, comes from the Spanish word for "fire".
A selective set of 3-4-year-old rums are brought together to create the exceptional flavour of Bacardi black or Bacardi select. Charcoal filtration helps ensure a smoothness like no other and from the first scent, you’ll know this is a keeper for your drinks cabinet. Stewed fruit, lightly spiced cloves, caramel and coffee beans come through in the nose. Many of these elements are also present in the flavour with additional creamy vanilla, dry banana flakes and mocha notes. An exceptional rum from the world’s favourite producer.
Bacardi Ginger is a “golden rum infused with ginger flavours” and has been created to respond to “demand for flavoured spirits”. Bacardi predicts that flavoured spirits “will be the next big trend” for the rum category. Described as having a “sweet and spicy taste”, the expression is recommended served with cola or lemonade.
A sweet rum-based drink which lets the citrus sing, Bacardi Limon offers more than just the lemon notes its name suggests. A wonderful spirit for mixing into cocktails or pepping up lemonade, its young age allows the bright notes to zing and jump out of each glass. The lemon notes are the strongest but they’re supported nicely by grapefruit and orange notes. The scent is stronger than the flavour but it’s a potent addition to your favourite soft drink/mixer/mixers.
Another string to the Bacardi bow is the oak heart and sweetly spiced spirit drink. It doesn’t have quite the abv to be classed as a regular rum but it has many of the characteristics a depth of flavour you’d expect. Liquorice fudge, cinnamon and baked pastry all come through in the nose and many of the same notes are present in the flavour with additional vanilla, pepper and spiced elements. Oak and coke is a class combination you’ll definitely want to try.
Bacardi is best known for their world-famous white rum but here Bacardi 8 year old is an intense, red-gold offering which is exceptional when added to spiced cocktails or enjoyed neat. The aroma is awash with buttery caramel, orange marmalade and banana leaf notes which lead to a medium-bodied flavour which allows sweet demerara sugar, apricots and gingerbread to take centre stage. Butterscotch and vanilla notes linger throughout with just a touch of nutmeg spice finishing it off.
Setting the standard in white rum, Bacardi is known worldwide. In 1862 it became the world’s first premium aged white rum and using charcoal filtration was key to its original development. Bacardi is a necessity for many world famous cocktails and without we’d not have the classic daiquiri, the mojito or the cuba libre. Smooth and gentle on the palate it’s wonderful however you choose to mix it and offers a taste of cuba which can’t be compared.
Setting the standard in white Rum, Bacardi is known worldwide. In 1862 it became the world’s first premium aged white rum and using charcoal filtration was key to its original development. Bacardi is a necessity for many world-famous cocktails and without we’d not have the classic daiquiri, the mojito or the Cuba Libre. Smooth and gentle on the palate it’s wonderful however you choose to mix it and offers a taste of Cuba which can’t be compared.
Rums from around the Caribbean have come together to create the distinct flavour of banks 5. The blend brings together the light spice of Trinidadian rum with the complexity of Jamaican rum and the flavours of Barbadian rum Guyanese rum and unique Indonesian attack are combined into the mix too. Five aged rums from around the Caribbean offer up a deep and engaging flavour, rich with sugar cane, with deep bitter notes coming through as you sip.
1888 is a truly extraordinary ultra-premium golden rum, produced in the Dominican Republic and combining the rich flavours of bourbon and sherry casks through a double-ageing process. A complex yet balanced spirit that stimulates the senses and evolves in the glass. Crowned as the best 'Column Still Rum' at the World Rum Awards in 2018, this is a very special rum.
Brugal 1888 rum leads the way in double ageing. It is a full-bodied liquid that rests first in hand-picked ex-bourbon American oak casks, followed by a second maturation in European Oak Sherry Casks. Its deep amber colour results in a complex yet balanced rum with a remarkable taste and long smooth finish that evolves in the glass. With over 100 years of crafting their expertise, every bottle of 1888 is overseen by the 5th generation of Master Blenders, each a descendant of the original founder of Brugal. Each bottle is individually tested and packaged by hand. Each bottle is wax-dipped and the iconic Brugal netting is applied with care. 1888 is made to be savoured sip by sip. Try it either neat or in an Old Fashioned.
Brugal Anejo offers classic rum flavours and is one of the finest Dominican rums on the market. Fudge and overripe bananas are rife in the aroma and fresh woody tones come through too. the flavour is reminiscent of an indulgent crème Brulee with dry toffee notes. Black pepper spice adds a welcome kick and helps temper the sweetness and brings out the dry oak notes even further. A true Dominican classic that deserves at least one try.
The perfect white rum to pair with your favourite soft drink/mixer/mixer, Brugal Blanco is simply produced to make sure your cocktails have excellent balance. Like a good white rum, it’s crisp and clean offering bright refreshment and a wonderful accompaniment to an array of other cocktail ingredients. Its light citrus character has a sweet vanilla aftertaste which combines wonderfully with a huge number of tropical fruit juices and other soft drink/mixer/mixers. The endnote of this rum is light and mellow too.
Blended to perfection, captain morgan’s is a golden rum which has been enhanced by sweet and mellow spices. A drink that just cries out to be mixed with cola, Captain Morgan’s uses only premium Caribbean rums to create its distinct flavour. The natural hues of the rum blend with specially selected spices to create the amber hues the drink is known for and a hint of oak smokiness can be tasted due to the rum’s maturation process.
Blended to perfection, Captain Morgan’s is a golden rum which has been enhanced by sweet and mellow spices. A drink that just cries out to be mixed with cola, Captain Morgan’s uses only premium Caribbean rums to create its distinct flavour. The natural hues of the rum blend with specially selected spices to create the amber hues the drink is known for and a hint of oak smokiness can be tasted due to the rum’s maturation process.
A St. Lucian rum with real character, chairman’s reserve is a classic golden rum that blends together both pot still and continuous still rums. Fruity on the nose with just the right balance of sweetness it hits the palate with a zing and slowly fills the mouth with fruitiness, creamy depth and sweet spice which blends wonderfully with soft drink/mixer/mixers. The overall feels of this rum are creamy, medium-bodied and wonderful for mixing into cocktails and enjoying with your favourite sparkling soft drink/mixer/mixer.
A spicy offering from chairman’s reserve, this rum is an award winner and one which is held in high esteem by rum fans worldwide. Deep mahogany notes are the home to a complex bitter nose where bitter and sweet raisin is peppered with hints of nutmeg and cinnamon. On the palate, you’ll enjoy a surprising smoothness which has an exotic character that the combination of orange and spices offers. Heady, and one you’ll definitely remember.
Dead Man’s Fingers rum infused with natural hemp and CBD, for a flavour guaranteed to hit new heights. Our signature Caribbean rum with hints of cola, coffee, hops and pine with a grassy herbal back-notes for a taste like no other. Mix with cola, ginger ale, classic or basil tonic for a punchy thirst quencher; or simply switch out your usual rum for our version of a classic daiquiri. Contains natural and legal CBD, that is non-toxic and has no psychoactive or addictive effects. Tasting notes – not what you’d expect!
Aroma: Cola, hops, coffee and pine.
Taste: Snicker bar, cooked pineapple and a herbal back note
Soft finish with walnuts, dark chocolate and spice.
A Colombian solera rum from well-known producers dictator, dictator 12-year rum is produced using a range of rums with ages from 8 to 14.
Demineralised water provides the necessary dilution for each batch of dictator. The nose is awash with roasted coffee notes, creamy caramel, fresh manuka honey and even hints at vanilla. The flavour too is rich with manuka honey and allspice. These flavours are brought together with a roundness that ends on salted caramel and warm toasted note.
An 80:20 blend of pot still to column still rums are used to deliver the quality taste of Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva. Aged for up to 12 years this exclusive rum is a heady concoction with sandalwood and fresh leather aromas that lead to a deep and bitter flavour. The bitterness comes through in deep coffee notes but they are matched by sweet honey and plum flavours which add a lightness to this intense rum.
The rum base is an aged Caribbean rum previously used to season empty whisky casks for final maturation.
An extract of Banana Peel is infused into the rum to impart a fruity forward note to the spicy, sweet toffee profile of the Rum. It’s like liquid Banana Bread.
Best served neat over ice, shaken in a Daiquiri or mixed long with Ginger Ale.
A clear, light, premium rum most noted for its versatility and smoothness. A five-column distillation process is used to create Don Q's flagship rum, filtered for purity. A blend of rums aged from 1 and a half to 5 years in American white oak barrels.
Bright crystalline nose, smooth and clean with a sweet acidity. Light cinnamon and nutmeg on the nose, also a touch of white chocolate. Tropical fruit and citrus on the palate.
Bright and vibrant, the blue and yellow macaw on the label of Doorly's white rum is not the only vibrant thing about this white rum. A Barbadian creation, it has an enjoyable tropical nose which is awash with notes of pineapple and grapefruit. On tasting, you’ll enjoy strong notes of sweet coconut and fudge notes which have developed during the oak cask maturation process. It’s the coconut that sticks around long after finishing with a warming hit of pepper.
A brand who have been offering up exceptional rums since the 1920s, Doorly’s take pride in each of their products and Doorly's gold is no exception. The scarlet macaw on the bottle is just a hint at the wildness within, with an intense mixture of sweet and bitter notes marrying together to deliver a smooth and dry flavour. Apricot, orange zest and caramel are easily recognisable and light notes of passion fruit, coconut and white pepper play a secondary role.
Recognisable from the blue hyacinth macaw on its bottle, Doorly’s fine old Barbados rum is an extra special creation. Doorly’s XO is a sweet concoction of heady aromas and enticing flavours including notes of oloroso sherry thanks to the casks the spirit is matured in. Oak spices are prevalent in the flavour and support the sweet vanilla and marzipan notes which deliver a tart spiciness which is enjoyable again and again. A lingering and enjoyable smokiness on the palate is again thanks to the oak maturation process.
Twelve years of work and dedication goes into the creation of el dorado 12-year rum and three different stills’ worth of spirit is used to guarantee a perfectly smooth and enjoyable drink. The length of maturation helps develop the fruit flavours within the rum, prunes, dates and toffee apple come through strongly with sherry treacle and cinnamon spice flavours also complementing the flavour profile. The balance of this rum is delicate, leaning slightly towards the sweet but not without a welcome hit of spice.
One of the world’s first known luxury rum blends, el dorado 15 year brings together spirits as old as 25 years to deliver an exceptionally flavoured end product. Heady festive aromas are released as you open the bottle, sherry trifle, rich fruitcake and candied citrus fruits invite you to take a sip. On drinking, you’ll enjoy warm chocolate caramel notes and espresso coffee with that vanilla sweetness that you’d expect from a quality rum.
El Dorado 21 years uses that 21 year period as a minimum benchmark and the blend is in fact made up of blends as old as 25 years and the maturity of this rum is apparent from simply opening the bottle. The aroma is filled with sweet scents reminiscent of an old fashioned sweet shop, with boiled sweets coming through strong on the palate too. The finish brings in some of the more intense notes including fresh tobacco, spiced chocolate and together they create a rum which is ideal for after-dinner sips.
A bright and breezy Guyana rum, young at just 5 years old, el dorado 5 years is one of the youngest offerings from this producer. Creamy butterscotch is the leading scent when you open the bottle and it’s soon partnered with bright notes of tropical fruit and a hint of mint oil. This oily element is apparent on the palate, helping to deliver a light-bodied rum which is rich in tropical flavours including fresh coconut.
One of the younger offerings from el dorado, this blend made of rums of a minimum of 8 years old is sweetly spicy and thick with molasses and toffee flavours. There’s a festive feel to this rum, with Christmas cake spices working together to create a strong and enjoyable flavour. Honey, vanilla, toffee and butterscotch are rich on the palate with syrupy orange marmalade coming through too, creating a rich and enjoyable rum which is perfect when enjoyed neat or with soft drink/mixer/mixers.
With a couple of awards under its belt el dorado, 3-year rum is a fine example of a mixing rum which a crispness that lends itself to sharp citrus cocktails and even exotic punches. Coconut is ever-present from the first opening and hints of sugary sweet icing sugar are also apparent in the nose. On drinking, el dorado is surprisingly dry with notes of intense brown sugar, a nutty edge and of course that coconut coming through strongly. The ends note blends vanilla with the coconut for a fresh finish.