Pusser's 15 year old British Navy Rum (750ml)

SKU #1049841

This special blend of 5 West Indies Rums is the modern Legacy of the British Royal Navy's rum blending operations. The naval "tot" or rum ration was abandoned in 1970, but thanks to the deligence of the Charles Tobias the Royal recipe lives on. IN 1979, Tobias was given the exclusive rights to reproduce the original Admiralty recipe for the british naval rum. The original recipe called for 5 West Indies rums blended without coloring of any kind. Modern Pusser's utilizes five rums aged a minimum of 15 years sourced from Guyana and Trinidad.

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Staff Image By: David Othenin-Girard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/11/2017 | Send Email
Pusser is named for the ships "Purser" or Supply Officer, in charge of doling out the daily rum ration to thirsty seaman. The blending and technical information were acquired by Charles Tobias who championed the brands public debut over the last 30 years. In 2012, Tobias sold his shares in the rum company, but his vision lives. A true English Style rum made from a blend of Heavy rums, there is tons of complexity here, very much focused on the Demerara style. If you really want to catch the old school style, toss in a quarter once of some funky Jamaican rum. Blending rum at home is FUN and totally safe as long as you don't operate heavy machinery.

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Alcohol Content (%): 42