The Old Mill Gold Rum (750ml)

SKU #1041976

In 1936, a young dreamer and adventurer from the backwoods of Oregon had an idea. If a fine rum could be found in the West Indies, it might be imported for sale to the loggers and fishermen of the Pacific Northwest. An old atlas in the local library led our hero to the obscure island of St. Croix, in those days accessible only by ship. After a long voyage from San Francisco via the Panama Canal, the discoverer of this exceptional rum made contact with the owners of a local distillery that had for generations been making whole sugar cane rums for the Caribbean market and it was agreed that a special export rum would be custom made for export to the Pacific Northwest. In the Old Mill, that is the centerpeice for our logo, the Cruzans (natives of St. Croix) and my father, Howard M. Wall, penned their deal. Sixty years later, The Old Mill is as hospitable as ever and, thanks to my father's discovery, you too can enjoy the finest, smoothest, sugar cane rum in the Americas.

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Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/23/2009 | Send Email
This is not the rum for your Captain Morgan's & Coke cocktail. Although you could use it and it would be delicious, it would be a waste. The rum was aged in bourbon barrels, which gives the already light and smooth profile some sweet richness; almost like fine whiskey. This is like a single malt for sipping! And it's cheap!

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Alcohol Content (%): 40