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Jamaica Cove Black Ginger Rum (1750)

RUM017

£27.00

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Think dark rum, think smuggling, think wrecking, think Poldark - and you will just about be there!

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The Jamaica Inn Black Ginger Rum (1750) is new to the market and draws on the setting which inspired a Daphne du Maurier novel, exploring historic trade links between Cornwall and Jamaica.

The rum is made using Jamaican pot and column stills and is infused with ginger for pairing with classic long drinks such as ginger beer to create a Jamaica Mule.

The brand is inspired by the Cornwall coaching inn built in 1750 and made famous in Daphne du Maurier’s novel of the same name. The original Jamaica Inn derived its name from the local land-owning Trelawney family, specifically Edward Trelawney who was appointed Governor of Jamaica in the mid-18th century at the age of 39. It originally provided a watering hole to hide smugglers’ plundered Caribbean contraband of Jamaican rum and botanicals, including ginger.

It has that unique Jamaican ‘funk’ flavour with the presence of a well-balanced quality, ginger flavour throughout. Think dark rum, think smuggling, think wrecking, think Poldark - and you will just about be there! 

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We aim to keep our vintage information up to date but the vintage displayed may not always being the vintage in stock. If you require a specific vintage please get in touch.
AllergensMay contain allergens please contact us if you require any additional information
Biodynamic No
Organic No
Natural No
Grape No
Vegan No
Oak Levels No
Vegetarian No
Vintage No
ABV 40%
Bottle Size 700ml
Country Jamaica
EW Bin Number RUM017

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