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******SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. PLEASE ALLOW 7-10 Business Days for product to be available for shipping. No refund or exchanges on Special Orders whatsoever. Subject to availability.******* A 44-year-old Rum distilled in 1974 finished age in ex-whisky cask and shipped to Glenfarclas in Scotland, where it further spent 14 months in a Glenfarclas 1992 Hogshead Sherry Cask. TASTING NOTES from the bottler, "Nose: Nose: Vintage leather in an old car, a carriage from the Orient Express. Well kept cigar boxes, cinnamon and nutmeg backed with just a hint of summer fr...
Price: $1,899.99

Cask #434043 was distilled in 1984 at a distiller in the Clarendon Area of Jamaica. This extremely rare old barrel contained just 203 bottles likely consolidated from many more over the decades. Considering evaporation can be over 10% per year in the hot Caribbean climate, there is a need to consolidate barrels every 10 years or so to prevent complete evaporation. Few modern rums available match this incredible product's character and similar rums sell for many many times more. The ultimate rum collector's bottle and one of only 6 bottles available in th...
Price: $1,400.00

******SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. PLEASE ALLOW 7-10 Business Days for product to be available for shipping. No refund or exchanges on Special Orders whatsoever. Subject to availability.******* This rum features vintages 1976 and 1978 blended and finished in Sherry casks and then shipped to Hardy in Cognac, where it was carefully blended by Master Blender Mickael Bouilly used his Chauffe Legere 350 liters oak cask from 1954. The rum spent 7 months this old ex-cognac cask. TASTING NOTES from the Bottler, " Nose: Immediate vanilla, fudge and butterscotch, but a cha...
Price: $1,199.99

******SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. PLEASE ALLOW 7-10 Business Days for product to be available for shipping. No refund or exchanges on Special Orders whatsoever. Subject to availability.******* A 37 year-old vintage 1980 aged in whisky barrels then shipped to Château d’Arche in Sauternes, Bordeaux, France, where it further spent six months in American oak barrels of 225 litres which had previously aged the 2014 vintage. Tasting Notes from the Bottler, " Nose: A plethora of sweetness with vanilla crème brulée, dark caramel-coated chocolate and plenty of dried fr...
Price: $999.99

******SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. PLEASE ALLOW 7-10 Business Days for product to be available for shipping. No refund or exchanges on Special Orders whatsoever. Subject to availability.******* A 37 year-old Rum distilled in 1980 finished in sherry casks before being shipped to Despagne, Entre-deux-Mers, Bordeaux, France. The rum spent 6 months in this barrel, originally filled up with Château Mont Pérat Bordeaux red wine, one of the Despagne flagships from the family. Matured in: Francis cooper, Selmer barrel, light heat, made from a mix of oak wood from North E...
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Distilled in Grenada in 1993 on a coulmn still, this Spanish style rum is lighter in body than many other Samaroli rums. Aged for 24 years and bottled in Scotland in 2017 from cask #1279. Just 336 bottles in 750ml. 52%ABV Samaroli notes: Initial tones of balsamic and mineral scents on the nose followed by dried fruit, cocoa and cornmeal on the palate. Coconut is a dominant flavor here, evoking the Caribbean, and on the finish, rich notes of tobacco, vanilla, and licorice linger in the mouth.
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A.W. Bleve's blending chops are on full display in this 2018 edition of En Equilibre Caribbean Rum. While the modern fame of Samaroli in the US has more to do with their Scotch bottlings, this is Samaroli's wheelhouse. Don't miss this extraordinary rum.
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We just couldn't say no to the chance at selling ANOTHER barrel from Jamaica's most special distillery. This legendary estate, which cannot be named by our bottler, produces the most traditional rum in Jamaica and perhaps the entire world. Famous for the use of "muck" to aid in fermentation, the distillery takes spent lees and organic refuse to create a secondary fermentation which cultivates certain types of bacteria. Those bacterial are particularly adapted at producing acids, which result in the creation of esters during alcoholic fermentation. This i...
Price: $280.00

The Beast of Trinidad is back. Caroni has remained essentially a secret outside of the rum community for some time now, but with the collective interest in the world's great spirits reaching a fever pitch, the broader booze hounding community is realizing the majesty and intensity that the old heavy rum from Trinidad can exhibit. It seems that the 98s are of particular importance, and our good friends at Golden Devil have managed to acquire a significant lot. This is the third barrel we've had in as many years, but there simply isn't any way to fully und...
Price: $279.99

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1994 New Yarmouth 26 Year Old  "Golden Devil" Single Barrel Jamaican Rum (750ml)
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The ultra-delicious bottling from the New Yarmouth Estate is one of the rarest rum offerings we've ever had the pleasure of selling. The New Yarmouth Distillery is not one most rum lovers are familiar with, although anyone who has crawled down the Jamaican rum rabbit hole has certainly tasted it. The New Yarmouth Estate was established sometime in the early 1700s and had an extensive sugar cultivation operation. Now the estate, located in Clarendon parish, is home to the bulk of the J. Wray & Nephew production. Not a small distillery, but also one that v...
Price: $249.99

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This single cask from the famous old school rum distillery in Trelawny Parish was selected for the new small brand based in Washington - Rare Cane Rum. Aged for two decades in the cool damp warehouses on the UK's Western Coast, it's true highester continental rum in all it's glory. Powerful and pungent, it was bottled at cask strength without any chillfiltration or additives of any kind. Expect dense aromas of tropical fruits, briny olives, wet stone and exotic spice. We're not sure how many old high ester barrels are still out there, this might be one o...
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From the same guys that first marketed the Ron Zacapa, this excellent Panamanian rum is one of the best values in rum. Distilled in a column still from local sugarcane, the 30-Year-Old is a luxury limited edition of 6,720 bottles from hand-selected bourbon casks, and batched many times over until the blending team felt the rum had reached its ultimate expression.
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Rare Cane Rum is part of a burgeoning group of American based rum bottlers who are seeking out the finest rums in the world and bottling them without additives. Rare Cane's initial release consists of two barrels from two of world's greatest rum distilleries and this product a careful blend of portions of those two casks. Melding the gorgeous rich spice, exotic vanilla, and sweet fruit of Four Square with the pungent tropical fruit and bold funk of Hampden. This wonderful small batch blend only turned out 180 bottles and represents a welcome advancement ...
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The incredible distillery on Barbados run by the magnificent Richard Seale has become the darling of spirits lovers around the world. A very small portion of his production is sold to bulk bottlers in Europe and we're very lucky to have access to this incredible single cask, one of the oldest we've yet to see. The spirit at Four Square is almost always blended at birth, so this pot and column blend has spent more than 16 years maturing in a blend of tropical and continental climates. Bottled without additives at fabulous 117.4 proof, there's very little ...
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Travellers Distillery is Belize's oldest rum producer. In honor of the country's 40th year of independence, the distillery bottled this extremely unique expression of some of their oldest stocks. The 1981 Anniversary Edition was distilled in 2005 using only the choicest spirit and aged for 15 years in ex-bourbon barrels. Travellers then rested the rum an additional 6 months in ex-sherry casks and bottled it in 2021 at 64% abv. This special rum is a first-ever limited edition presentation from the distillery and only available in limited quantities in the...
Price: $159.99

The special rums from Nicaragua's great cane estate use cane harvested exclusively from the volcanic soils around Chichigalpa. Compania Licorera de Nicaragua dates back to 1937, but cane has been harvested for rum production at the base of the San Cristobal Volcano since at least the 1890s. During the Nicaraguan revolution the distillery amassed huge stocks of aging rums and now controls some of the oldest stocks of rum in the world. Their top of the line 25 year old product was aged entirely in charred white oak barrels that previously held bourbon. Eve...
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Foursquare Rum Distillery really should need no introduction. Originally set up by Reginald Leon Seale, the great-great grandfather of the current Master Blender and Distiller Richard Seale, the distillery has become the byword for classic Caribbean rum. Richard Seale is an absolute iconoclast who has turned the rum world on its head. In an industry dominated by huge drinks corporations that have long sold a story above the quality of its product, Seale has fought for transparency in production and labeling of rum. Derided by some as an idealistic purist...
Price: $150.00

Foursquare Rum Distillery really should need no introduction. Originally set up by Reginald Leon Seale, the great-great grandfather of the current Master Blender and Distiller Richard Seale, the distillery has become the byword for classic Caribbean rum. Richard Seale is an absolute iconoclast who has turned the rum world on its head. In an industry dominated by huge drinks corporations that have long sold a story above the quality of its product, Seale has fought for transparency in production and labeling of rum. Derided by some as an idealistic purist...
Price: $150.00

Foursquare Rum Distillery really should need no introduction. Originally set up by Reginald Leon Seale, the great-great grandfather of the current Master Blender and Distiller Richard Seale, the distillery has become the byword for classic Caribbean rum. Richard Seale is an absolute iconoclast who has turned the rum world on its head. In an industry dominated by huge drinks corporations that have long sold a story above the quality of its product, Seale has fought for transparency in production and labeling of rum. Derided by some as an idealistic purist...
Price: $150.00

2001 Jamaica's Top Pots (Hampden) 19 Year Old  "Golden Devil" Single Barrel Jamaican Rum (750ml) (Previously $200) (Previously $200)
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This incredible cask from the distillery in Trelawny parish can no longer bear its famous name, but that doesn't change the stupendous quality of this unbelievable spirit. One of the most traditional distillers in the world, they've not changed much here in the last several hundred years. The distillery features a number of different levels of rum called "marques", distinguished by their ester levels. Now that the distillery has sought to establish its own brand in the international market, bottlers are prohibited from using the name on the label. We're ...
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This interesting expression of Barrel Strength Uitvlugt was distilled at the excellent Diamond Estate in Guyana back in 2003. Bottled at true cask strength, or as Holmes Cay puts it, Barrel Strength of 51% abv. The Uitvlugt rums is distilled from a set of 4-column stills that were original housed on the Uitvlugt Estate and moved to Diamond when the Uitvlugt distillery was decommissioned in 1999. This particular rum was filled into ex-bourbon barrels and aged for 2 years in Guyana before being transferred to the UK for another 16 years. It was bottled in ...
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Holmes Cay is quickly becoming an important player in the growing single cask rum category. The first bottler devoted to single cask rums in the US, they're scowering the world's rum warehouses for interesting barrels to bring home. This rare example of the classif Fijian pot still style was distilled and filled into ex-bourbon barrels in 2004 and bottled by Holmes Cay in New York in 2020. The aging regime was 12 years in the tropical Fijian heat before being moved to the UK for a further 5 years of maturation. It's bottled without sugar or coloring adde...
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From the Producer: Clément 15 YR Rhum Vieux is distilled from sugarcane juice as is typical in Martinique and proudly wears the “AOC Martinique” designation signifying an exemplary degree of expertise in every stage of production. Color: Dark Mahogany Maturation: 15 years tropical aging in ex-Bourbon barrels. Nose: Aromas of bittersweet chocolate and mocha alongside notes of apple pie and fig jam. Palate: Full-bodied and luxurious mouthfeel punctuated by dried spices and roasted nuts.
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Samaroli is Italy's premier spirits bottler and has been selecting and blending world class rums for decades. The 2017 Caribbean blend includes rums from Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, and Nicaragua. All are distilled from molasses and aged and bottled in Scotland in 2017. 444 bottles produced in 750ml.
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Samaroli is Italy's premier spirits bottler and has been selecting and blending world class rums for decades. This bottling of Spanish Soul was distilled in 2007 in Belize and bottled in 2019 in Scotland.
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The very special Hampden Estate is one of the last of the truly old-style Jamaican rums available. The distillery, which long made ends meet by selling to blenders and bottlers, has finally released their finest rums under their own label. With the full support of the fabulous Luca Gargano of Velier, Hampden has packaged this exceptional rum with absolutely no additives or adulterants of any kind. Hampden Estate produces rums inoculated with dunder, a process not totally dissimilar from sour mashing in Kentucky, which uses the spent lees of distillation ...
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1998 Long Pond 22 Year old "Plantation" Bardstown Bourbon Finished Single Cask Jamaican Rum (750ml)
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Long Pond Estate in Trelawny Parish has been cultivating sugar cane since the 1700s and is famous for it's high ester style. This unusual rum from the famous old estate was distilled in 1998 on the now defunct Blair Column still. This was the high ester column that was used periodically at the plant, but has since fallen into disrepair. The fermentation lasted one week before distillation on the historic column. While it's considered light, the ester count is not insignificant, clocking in at 178 gg/hL. It was filled into a used barrel and aged tropicall...
Price: $129.99

Appleton Estate 21 Year Old Jamaican Rum (750ml)
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Deep amber in the glass, this sipping rum offers tones of fudge, and hazelnut on the nose. The supersoft palate brings flavors of brown sugar and toffee accented with orange peel and clove, winding into an extraordinarily long exhale tinged with espresso, dusty cocoa and allspice. Aged for a minimum of 21 years. (KN)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Only a limited number of bottles of this luxury sipping rum are released each year. A true collector's rum, aged for a minimum of 21 years, it is shimmering copper in the glass and has a m...
Price: $129.99

The exceptional Pere Labat Rhum Agricole is finally in California! Distilled on the small island of Marie-Gallent, the estate's sugar cane fields, distillery and warehouses sit on a pristine 1300 acre estate. The estate has distilled rum since the early 1900s and still uses only locally grown sugarcane varieties native to the island. Rhum agricole is produced from fresh-pressed sugarcane juice rather than molasses and is highly regulated for quality by the French government. The distillery, Distillerie Poisson, is the oldest on the island of Marie-Galant...
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Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
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The second release of Gosling's top of the line bottling pays homage to 165 years of family-owned history. This rum was blended together from multiple Caribbean sources, as is tradition in Bermuda, and is a combination of pot and column distilled rums ranging in age between 10 and 21 years old. The blend is then placed into American white oak barrels and married for an additional 2 years in Bermuda's hot and humid climate. These barrels were then bottled individually. The ultimate luxury sipping rum, only 1500 bottles were produced in total for the 2020 ...
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2011 Clarendon Estate 10 Year Old "Hamilton" K&L Exclusive Barrel #435782 Cask Strength Single Barrel Jamaican Rum (750ml)
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This rum was distilled in May of 2011 on the fabulous Clarendon a copper pot still. It was aged in used bourbon and whiskey barrels until it was recasked and shipped to the UK in 2019. After 6 years in the tropical climate it was shipped to the UK for an additional two years of aging before being sent to Ed Hamilton's New York bottling facility. It was bottled in August of 2021 and shipped to California in March of 2022 exclusively for K&L Wine Merchants. Only 215 bottles of this special rum were bottled at cask strength of 68.2% without any additives of...
Price: $99.99

The unbelievable and historic estate in the center of Georgetown is all that is left of the once vast Demerara rum industry. Home to ALL of the country's functioning stills, the distillery remains one of the most important rum producers in the world. Of all the excellent rum coming out of the facility's 9 stills, the Port Mourant double potstills are arguably the most important. These two wooden pots are fashioned from local greenheart wood and were saved from the famous Port Mourant Estate about 80 miles south of the capitol. It's an impressive journey ...
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Single estate rum from the west coast of Mauritius. All Penny Blue rums are aged on the estate. Batch 2 is 43.2%ABV and contains 10% of batch #1 for continuity. The reaminder of the rum is made up of 30% ex-whisky casks, 30% ex-cognac casks and 30% ex-Bourbon casks. Colour: Deep amber with golden highlights. Nose: Tropical fruits with hints of eucalyptus, orange marmalade and rich oriental spices. Palate: Round and balanced, soft with creamy oak, rich orange peel and crème caramel.
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2010 Foursquare 10 Year Old "Hamilton" K&L Exclusive Barrel #8 Cask Strength Single Barrel Barbados Rum (750ml)
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Distilled in 2010 and bottled in 2021 exclusively for K&L Wine Merchants at a natural cask strength of 59.8%. This is the a classic blend of pot and column distillate from the famous distillery in Barbados. They do not disclose the ratios of the blend, but this one feels relatively heavy. It was aged in Barbados for five years in once-used Bourbon Barrels before being shipped to the UK in 2015. It was then refilled into once-used Bourbon casks in October 2016 and finally shipped to the US for bottling in 2021. Only 210 bottles were produced and bottled w...
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2010 Diamond Estate (Port Mourant) 11 Year Old "Hamilton" K&L Exclusive Barrel #81 Cask Strength Single Barrel Guyana Rum (750ml)
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This rum was distilled in the historic, double-wooden pot still at the Diamond Distillery, which was once used at the famous old estate near Port Mourant. It was then shipped to the UK where it was aged in once-used bourbon barrels where it was aged for nearly a decade before being shipped to Ed Hamilton's New York-based facility. It was bottled at cask strength without additives of any kind or chillfiltration at 59.9% abv.
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This wonderful barrel of Jamaican rum was distilled in 2011 at the Clarendon Distillery and filled into ex-bourbon barrels. The Clarendon Distillery is one of Jamaica's largest plants and represents the modern side of Jamaican rum production. This is the home of Monymusk brand they're able to produce a huge variety of styles including light column distilled rums to high ester continental style rums. They're still producing some great high ester pot distilled rums and the Wedderburn style, with its not precise and complicated history, refers to a rum bein...
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The exceptional Pere Labat Rhum Agricole is finally in California! Distilled on the small island of Marie-Gallent, the estate's sugar cane fields, distillery and warehouses sit on a pristine 1300 acre estate. The estate has distilled rum since the early 1900s and still uses only locally grown sugarcane varieties native to the island. Rhum agricole is produced from fresh-pressed sugarcane juice rather than molasses and is highly regulated for quality by the French government. The distillery, Distillerie Poisson, is the oldest on the island of Marie-Galant...
Price: $84.99

2013 Clarendon Estate 8 Year Old "Hamilton" K&L Exclusive Barrel #434516 Cask Strength Single Barrel Jamaican Rum (750ml)
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This rum was distilled in March of 2013 on the fabulous Clarendon, a copper pot still. It was aged in used bourbon and whiskey barrels until it was recasked and shipped to the UK in 2019. After 6 years in the tropical climate it was shipped to the UK for an additional two years of aging before being sent to Ed Hamilton's New York bottling facility. It was bottled in August of 2021 and shipped to California in March of 2022 exclusively for K&L Wine Merchants. Only 210 bottles of this special rum were bottled at cask strength of 68.1% without any additives...
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The Rivers Antoine Estate is one of the oldest and most traditional rum estates in the world. Founded on the northeast coast of Grenada in 1785, the estate produces extremely limited quantities in the most ancient tradition. The cane is harvest from 15 hectares of organically farmed fields grown on the shores of the Caribbean ocean. Hand cut and crushed by watermill built in 1840, no more than 3000 Liters of fresh cane juice are processed each day. Without the aid of modern technology, or electricity for that matter, the juice is concentrated in metal pa...
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This extremely special barrel of rum was distilled by the wonderful master Faubert Casimir. His 50 hectare policulture farm is a stunning example of the rural rum tradition in Haiti. The cane grows among groves of mango, palm, banana, and lime. The heirloom soft cane, usually Hawaii Blanche and Rouge are cultivated by hand and fermented naturally in wooden vats in open conditions before being distilled on hand made pot stills. The rum was distilled on December 27th, 2017 and filled into a ex-Caroni barrel sourced directly from the special defunct distill...
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The Admiral Rodney coffee still rums of St. Lucia offer deep rich cask notes and sweet vanillas to complement the dark molasses complexity.
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The Queen's Share was what a distillery held back for the Royal Family. The best they had. It takes meticulous distilling, additional cut collection, re-distillation, and extended aging to fulfill it’s promise of dense flavor and plush texture. The trick here is collecting a fourth cut outside of the traditional heads, hearts, and tails cut. The 'seconds' are the magical 4th cut. This is taken from the brief period of time between the end of the hearts run and the start of the tails run. This precious liquid is collected over many distillations and then ...
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We acquired a small parcel of this special selection via famed Italian importer Ferdinando Fiori or Nadi. Signor Fiori became famous in whisky circles when he founded Intertrade Imports in the 1980s. High Spirits was established after the dissolution of that special label. Signor Fiori has established exceptional relationships with Scottish bottlers over the years and gets particularly good access. He's officially in retirement, but we're doing everything we can to convince him to select more casks for his special line. The wonderful line of rums bottled...
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The very special Hampden Estate is one of the last of the truly old-style Jamaican rums available. The distillery, which long made ends meet selling to blenders and bottlers, has finally released their finest rums under their own label. With the full support of the fabulous Luca Gargano of Velier, Hampden has packaged this exceptional rum with absolutely no additives or adulterants of any kind. Hampden Estate produces rums inoculated with dunder, a process not totally dissimilar from sour mashing in Kentucky, which uses the spent lees of distillation to ...
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Bermuda's flagship rum. Plenty of heavy rum flavors pushed to the very edge of maturity. Truly one of the world's great rums.
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LROK stands for Light Rum Owen Kelly, one of several marks made at Hampden Estate and refers to a rum with a high ester concentration, ranging from 200 to 400 g/ hLPA. While it's on the lighter side of Hampden, it's still considered a heavy rum, although not Continental, which are the very heaviest. Instead this would fall safely in the "Wedderburn" range. This mark created in 1952 and this particular selection retains an ester content of 314.8 gr/ hLPA. Aged for 5 years in the tropical Jamaican climate, it's a surprisingly complete and deft offering wit...
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Aged exclusively in ex-Bourbon casks the HMS Princessa rums age for 5-8 years before blending. The result is a sweet and savory combination of wood and molasses with a complex herbal profile that balances the sweeter notes beautifully.
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From Rare Cane, a new indy rum bottler based in Washington state, this wild and unique high ester rum was distilled at some of Jamaica's finest distilleries before being shipped to the US and finished in Madeira style wine casks. The resulting rum is absolutely mind-blowing in both its complexity and intensity. Without any sugar added one might expect this to be arresting and dry, but the supple rich flavors of the maderized wine pair perfectly with the dense fruity esters of the traditional rum. If you love Docter Bird or Smith & Cross and want to step ...
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Aged at least 15 years, this limited release was originally only available in the Canadian market. Finally making it's way to CA in small quantities this combination of pot and column offers all the finesee and intensity Appleton is known for.
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The Mountain Gay XO (formally Extra Old) is aged in 3 different cask types in the hot Bajan climate for an extended period of time. The local laws prohibit the addition of sugar before bottling making Barbados one of the few rum producing nations with a significant quality commitment to avoid adulterating their rums with sugars and other flavoring. The result is the need to produce the best rum possible in the distillery and warehouse rather than the laboratory. This exceptional product is aged in a blend of cognac, ex-bourbon and old American Whisky bar...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Opening nosing pass shows deft touches of caramel, honey and molasses. Palate entry is dry to off-dry and mildly honeyed; the midpalate is stately, medium-bodied and tastes of tar, tobacco, old oak and molasses. Aftertaste is long, bittersweet, brandy-like and tastes of dark caramel. *Superb, Highly Recommended*" (06/2006) K&L Notes: El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, and is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. Having operated since the 1600s, it supplied the ...
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Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. No refund or exchanges allowed on special order items. All sales are final. The rare and unusual offering aged in tall vertical Balsamo barrels is absolutely unique. Balsamo is a dark red hardwood which imparts a wonderful herbal spice to the already excellent Cachaca. Avua is produced at a single estate using the most artisanal methods possible to give a true expression of the unique terroir in the hills four hours north of Rio De Janeiro. The hand cut can...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This luscious cachaça is aged up to two years in barrels made from a rare Brazilian wood called amburana, hence the name. That aging time yields a pale straw hue and distinct notes of banana and honey, with a spicy fillip of cayenne and cassia bark doused with brown sugar. (KN)" (06/2013) K&L Notes: Avuá is a small batch, single-sourced cachaça lovingly crafted by one of Brazil’s few female distillers. She uses a family recipe honed to perfection over three generations. The lush, crisp spirit, which offers up subtle botanica...
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The Queen's Share was what a distillery held back for the Royal Family. The best they had. It takes meticulous distilling, additional cut collection, re-distillation, and extended aging to fulfill it’s promise of dense flavor and plush texture. The trick here is collecting a fourth cut outside of the traditional heads, hearts, and tails cut. The 'seconds' are the magical 4th cut. This is taken from the brief period of time between the end of the hearts run and the start of the tails run. This precious liquid is collected over many distillations and then ...
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A long and cool fermentation makes the most of the Grade A Fancy molasses base. This rich wash is then double distilled - first on a pot still and then on a Carl hybrid pot/column with 8 plates in place. The result is a rich and highly aromatic profile. The rum is then brought to 110 proof with exceptionally soft water before going into new #3 char American Oak barrels. The extended seaside aging results in a wonderful and slightly salty rum with the added complexity of the intense seasonal changes of New England. A distinctly different terroir than what...
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In addition to exceptional whiskies, Wright & Brown makes terrific rum in their copper pot stills in Oakland, CA. They take Grade A black strap molasses, double distill it and age in new charred oak, ex bourbon barrels, and toasted oak barrels. The rum has a fantastic savory nose and a full and rich body.
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The famous British naval rum ration and its demise in 1970 are the origin of the name of this special Caribbean blended rum. The fateful final day of the tradition came to be known by sailors as Black Tot Day and the discovery of a number of original British naval rum flagons left over from those final rations are what inspired the creation of this excellent brand of rum. Although the "Last Consignment" is now very difficult to find, our friends at Elixir Distillers in London have reimagined the old style in the perfect way. A blend of four different age...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Caramel and toffee aromas lead the nose, while the soft palate opens with a luscious brown-sugar flavor that’s cut with brisk espresso and cocoa tones. It tapers off to a dry leather exhale accented with clove and black pepper. It’s ideal as a sipping rum. (KN)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Foursquare distillery on the island of Barbados is quickly becoming a sensation in the aficionado world of rum drinkers and tiki specialists for its pure, unadulterated flavor and transparency as it pertains to age statements and additives. We sh...
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This is first-class Guatemalan rum made from virgin sugar cane honey (the first press of the sugar cane that's boiled down), rather than molasses, which is a byproduct of the sugar-making process. This results in a finer, sweeter, smoother rum. Aged in the solera method, like sherry, the Zacapa Centenario is very dark mahogany with coppery tints and has a clove, cocoa, cinnamon, and orange peel-scented nose. The palate is sweet with cocoa, orange, and honey flavors and a sensuous, viscous texture. It finishes long and smooth. It received 97 points from t...
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Holmes Cay's first small batch product is a blend of lightly aged molasses based pot and columned distilled rums from South Pacific Distilleries in Lautoka, Fiji. Founder Eric Kaye chose the blend in collaboration with the Rumcast podcast to highlight the wonderfully flavorful style coming from this special distillery. It was bottled without adulteration beyond the addition of water and bottled in a small batch of 2260 bottles. The Single Origin Edition series is designed to show the immense diversity in flavor offered by the rum category through thought...
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From the same guys that first marketed the Ron Zacapa, this excellent Panamanian rum is one of the best values in rum. A 2010 RumXP Gold medal winner and distilled by the master of rum himself, Don Poncho, Zafra is a true 21 year old and not made using a solera system. With rich toffee, exotic fruit, and spice, the Zafra 21 year has everything you're looking for in a sipping rum. It's attractively packaged and priced to move. All rum lovers deserve to treat themselves to a bottle of this one-of-a-kind gem!
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Haiti's finest rum! The Barbancourt family used to keep this spectacular rum for themselves, but fortunately for us and for other rum connoisseurs they began releasing small quantities in the 1960s. Aged for 15 years, this sipping rum enchants with a full, rich palate brimming with pear and citrus flavors, warming spices and a little peppery kick.
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The first nosings find aromas of synthetic cotton; later sniffings pick up vegetal scents of peas and asparagus with a background note of wax floor polish. The palate entry is spirity and lightly toffee-like; the midpalate features accurate tastes of cane, honey, and vanilla bean. Ends on an off-dry note with smooth, biscuity, and grassy flavors. " (12/2005) K&L Notes: It had been a while since I'd tasted this fabulous potion. Truly one of the most incredible agricoles available. Fresh and fragrant, this is one of the cle...
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Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
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Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Complex, delicious and ideal as a sipping rum. The deep aroma suggests caramel, toffee and oak. The velvety-soft palate shows toffee, fudge, cocoa and oloroso Sherry, drying out the long finish with espresso, leather, clove and black pepper. *Top 100 Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (06/2017) K&L Notes: While the 23 year age statement has been discontinued, the Gran Reserva Superior has taken it's place. Blended to match the same profile as the original 23 year with a wider age range of rums - some older, some younger.
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This Oaxacan rum is crazy. Sugar cane is harvested by hand and transported by donkey before the fresh pressed cane juice spends between 5 days and 3 weeks fermenting. It's then double distilled on copper alembic stills and gradually proofed to 48% ABV. It's funky and fresh and makes an outrageous addition to any rum cocktail.
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The exceptional Pere Labat Rhum Agricole is finally in California! Distilled on the small island of Marie-Gallent, the estate's sugar cane fields, distillery and warehouses sit on a pristine 1300 acre estate. The estate has distilled rum since the early 1900s and still uses only locally grown sugarcane varieties native to the island. Rhum agricole is produced from fresh-pressed sugarcane juice rather than molasses and is highly regulated for quality by the French government. The distillery, Distillerie Poisson, is the oldest on the island of Marie-Galant...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This rich, silky sipper entices with caramel and vanilla aromas. The palate opens with deep toffee and caramel and a drying dose of oak, then the finish dazzles with spice: cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, black pepper. (KN)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: The gold standard for Jamaican sipping rum, Appleton 12-year uses a harmonious blend of pot and column distilled rums for a rum that carries the island's trademark funky character with richness and a supple texture. For those just breaking into serious rum connoisseurship,...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Finished in 'deeply toasted and charred' Bourbon casks, this mouthwatering small-batch rum skews to the sweeter side, offering bold notes of cola, allspice and vanilla, finishing brisk and spicy. Sip straight or mix for the ultimate rum & Coke." (08/2014) K&L Notes: Mount Gay Black Barrel has been blended for a richer and smoother profile over the crisp and aromatic Eclipse. More of a sipping rum or appropriate in any cocktail calling for dark rum. This combination of column and double retort pot still distillates is first a...
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Distilled, aged and blended at the Foursquare Rum Distillery in Saint Philip Parish, Barbados. The distillery was resurrected in 1996 by Richard Seale and his father Sir David Seale, but the history of the R.L. Seale Company goes generations. Founded in 1926 by Reginald Leon Seale, they've been committed to producing, blending and bottling the finest Bajan rum for nearly a century. Now Reginald's great grandson, Richard Seale is at the helm as Master Distiller and Blender of the iconic distillery. The Foursquare Distillery has one countless awards and be...
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Please allow 5-7 Business days for special orders to be ready to ship. All special orders are final. Aged 5 years in oak casks in Guyana and Barbados, and then shipped to Spain for an additional 5 years in Pedro Ximenez sherry cask, this is a Zacapa-like rum that really packs in the brown sugar and caramel. The sugar cane flavors are never overwhelmed, however, making it very balanced. This is going to be a fantastic seller once the word gets out.
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Ron Del Barrilito "3 Star" Puerto Rican Rum (750ml)
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Ron del Barrilito has been hand crafted using the same method since 1880. The family's age old recipe has created one of Puerto Rico's most loved rums. While Barrilito isn't a distiller, they are experts at rum elevage and their 3 Star is one of the country's most beloved. Using a blend of ex-bourbon barrels and American oak sherry barrels aged for between 6 and 10 years, the family creates it's blends without the use of artificial flavors or colors.
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From the producer: "Ratu [rah-tu] is the name given to Fiji's mighty warrior chiefs. The Fijian islands are renowned for their pure water, nourishing the sugar cane growing in rich volcanic soil. The hand-cut sugar cane is distilled into rum then filtered through coconut shell carbon to capture the taste of Fiji. Highly awarded internationally and brought to you by RUM Co. of Fiji, our RATU Fijian Signature Rum is aged for 8 years in charred oak barrels. It has aromas of zesty orange and dark chocolate, and a velvet mouth feel of coconut, chocolate and...
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Saint Benevolence rums are the brianchild of Calvin and Chase Babcock, a father and son team with a charitable mission in Haiti going back through 40 years of service. Calvin began working with Habitat for Humanity in Haiti in 1979 as part of a construction team. In 2002 Calvin founds Living Hope Haiti along with Saint Michel native, Reverend Gueillant Dorcinvil to provide life saving medical care and education in Haiti. In 2017, Calvin and his son Chase launch the St. Benevolence brand to merge their love of rum with their charitable efforts. The sale o...
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El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, which is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. Having operated since the 1600s, it supplied the British Royal Navy with rum for more than 200 years, and the Diamond Estate Distillery still churns out a variety of spirits today. DDL's historic stills, built in the 18th and 19th centuries, are still in operation and produce a number of amazing flavors. The deliciously supple 12-year-old uses medium-bodied rums from the Savalle still (a very unique column still ...
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Michel Sajous built his distillery, Chelo, where his family had cultivated cane since the 1960s on 30 hectares of land outside of Saint Michel de l'Attalaye, 100 miles north of Port-au-Prince. The small plantation is planted to many varietals of cane. The primary cultivar is Crystal, the same type used at Neisson on Martinique. Here, production is 100% organic with no chemicals or artificial fertilizers used of any kind. The cane is collected by hand and pressed immediately. The juice is sometimes concentrated slightly using steam, which allows the disti...
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The Tanager expression is the first double aged cachaça available in the USA and it mixes the Brazilian South's two favorite wood types. Starting in repurposed oak barrels and finished in arariba (Brazilian zebrawood) for a natural red color and a distinctive alpine earthiness. This truly unique cachaça suggests tropical fruit, grass, cinnamon bark, and other holiday spices; it can be sipped alone or as the base spirit in twists of classic cocktails like the Sazerac.
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made with a blend of rums ranging from four to 35 years, look for a mild caramel aroma and plush palate echoing with rich vanilla bean, fudge and mocha. The drying finish weaves in oak and walnut, laced with a bit of clove zing. (KN)" (09/2018) K&L Notes: Master of rums and the flagship of the house, Santa Teresa 1796 results from a careful blend of Santa Teresa’s finest aged spirits ranging from 4 to 35 years that is then further aged in a style borrowed from the Spanish sherry producers. Santa Teresa 1796 is the first prem...
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Wine Enthusiast: "An agricole rhum from Oaxaca, the region better known for mezcal, this is an exciting proposition. The liquid is clear in the glass, with a pungent, funky scent and bold notes of banana and cinnamon on the palate, finishing fiery, though with a pleasing, fleeting grassy exhale. (KN)" (06/2018) Wine & Spirits: "From the misty Mazateca mountains of Oaxaca comes a rum so beautifully expressive of sugar cane that it might just make people forget about agave. Paranubes is made in a high-altitude 'cloud forest' about six hours by car from O...
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The Arawaks Distillery is located in the village of Cavaillon in the southern or "Sud" province of Haiti. There Fritz Vaval harvests cane for his special rum by hand. The hand cut cane, in this case of the varietal "Madame Meuze," is collected pressed and into the fermenters in a matter of hours. The rustic open air distillery creates the perfect conditions for spontaneous wild fermentation and the incredibly volatile soup of fresh sugarcane juice feeds numerous yeast and bacteria that live naturally on the cane and in the distillery. The wart is distill...
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The Colibri expression (meaning "hummingbird" in Portuguese), Novo Fogo moved the Cachaca between recharred oak barrels and Brazilian Teak (Amburana) barrels. Each move created new layers of flavor. The predominant spices of vanilla and toffee (from the oak) and cinnamon and chestnuts (from the teak) come together in a balanced expression that also includes tropical fruit such as banana and passionfruit but finishes playfully with notes of ginger, vanilla and cinnamon.
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Produced in the town of Pignon in Haiti's Department Nord, the unusual Le Rocher Clairin is produced from sugarcane syrup that's heated to stabilize and allow for storage of the fresh juices for up to one year. The spent lees of the previous batch is introduced to encouraging consistent and intense fermentation. Distilled on a hand built pot still to proof of 46.5% alcohol by volume, Le Rocher is one of the most complex and intense of all Haiti's magnificent Clairins. The use of dunder during the process offers incredible amounts of complexity and powerf...
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From the producer: 'Ratu [rah-tu] is the name given to Fiji's mighty warrior chiefs. The Fijian islands are renowned for their pure water, nourishing the sugar cane growing in rich volcanic soil. The hand-cut sugar cane is distilled into rum then filtered through coconut shell carbon to capture the taste of Fiji. Highly awarded internationally and brought to you by RUM Co. of Fiji, our RATU Fijian Spiced Rum is aged for 5 years in charred oak barrels. It has a complex charred oak and citrus aroma, and a rich star anise flavor that combines with the warm...
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From the producer: "Ratu [rah-tu] is the name given to Fiji's mighty warrior chiefs. The Fijian islands are renowned for their pure water, nourishing the sugar cane growing in rich volcanic soil. The hand-cut sugar cane is distilled into rum then filtered through coconut shell carbon to capture the taste of Fiji. Highly awarded internationally and brought to you by RUM Co. of Fiji, our RATU Fijian Dark Rum is aged for 5 years in charred oak barrels and has a savory, smoked oak aroma which gives way to the rich sweetness of caramel, vanilla and tea leav...
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Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
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This wonderful single field rhum from an old estate in the south of Martinique is named due to the canes' proximity to the ocean. Indeed, at the very highest tides these fields are nearly under water. The sandy soils and salty water table create one of the most extreme growing regions of any crop. Yet the vigorous cane persists and even thrives in the unusual conditions. Because of the unique terroir of this specific field, Trois Rivières separates a portion of the production and distills it separately from other fields. The resulting rhum has a distinct...
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This was aged for five years in the Caribbean and three years in Sherry casks in Spain’s Jerez region, hence the name. Look for a golden hue and vanilla and brown sugar aromas, which are echoed on the buttery palate. It evolves into a long spiced finish that reads almost like a lightly spiced vanilla cake, braced up with a hint of grapefruit peel bitter bite. *Best Buy*" (09/2020) K&L Notes: Please allow 5-7 business days for special orders to be ready to ship. All special orders are final. Aged 5 years in oak casks in Guya...
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The Natioanl Rums of Jamaica has an incredible history of fine rum production. The Monymusk Special Reserve is aged in charred American oak barrels for at least 10 years before blending and bottling. The rich and fruity aroma is complemented by a complex melange of spice. Enjoy neat, on the rocks, or in your favorite cocktail.
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100% Grade A, single origin molasses from sugar cane grown on the volanic soils in Guatemala is the only ingredient in this special white rum. It's aromatic, rich, and textural - making it the perfect white rum for mixing.
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Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet offers integrated scents of roasted chestnut, dried tobacco leaf, maple, orange zest, brown sugar, cinnamon and egg cream. The palate entry is curiously medicinal; the midpalate improves as the taste includes bittersweet flavors of old oak, wood resin, molasses and tree sap. Concludes intensely sap- and maple-like." (05/2007) K&L Notes: *Best Premium Gold Rum - 2011 Ministry of Rum Tasting Competition* A blend of Diplomatico's three still types aged for a minimum of 12 years. Dense and complex with the hints of pot still p...
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9north is a modern spiced rum that lives at the intersection of culinary traditions and cultural experience. The name honors the 9th parallel that ties Panama (the source of the quality rum) with Southeast Asia (the inspiration of the flavors). The Carta Blanca rum, with its natural grassy notes and mild tannins, blends beautifully with its individually selected flavors. You will find notes of green tea, lemongrass, ginger, citrus (lemon and orange), vanilla, and light aromatics reminiscent of jasmine and chrysanthemum. While ideal for a specialty cockta...
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Novo Fogo's Chameleon expression marries the savory identity of our Silver Cachaça with the vanilla notes of the oak aged edition. It's aged for one year in repurposed American oak barrels, just long enough to reach mixability peaks without losing its rainforest and sugarcane funk. A hazelnut nose is continued with sweet and spicy herbs in the palate and finished with lively citrus. From tiki drinks to stirred aperitifs, this versatile cachaça is the bartender's friend.
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In 1989 Alexander Gabriel discovered Maison Ferrand, one of the oldest spirit brands in the Cognac region. Traveling and following his passion, soon Alexandre Gabriel created a dedicated distribution network of equally passionate partners. The 1990s see Alexandre Gabriel combing the Caribbean in search of the best rums of the region. Plantation is born...an artisanal range of rums from the great terroirs of the tropics. Today, President and Owner of Maison Ferrand, Alexandre Gabriel has won praise across the category and industry. Focusing on three major...
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Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Introduced in Santiago de Cuba in 1872, Matusalem Rum was the preferred rum in Cuba for its exquisite taste and smoothness. Matusalem’s reputation spread the world over when Cuba became the destination of choice for celebrities and trendsetters from the 1930s through the 1950s. However, with the rise of the Castro revolution, Matusalem Rum manufacturing was stopped in Cuba and moved to the Dominican Republic, ...
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A classic made from raw demerara sugar in Guyana, this bottling is historically relevant because Lemon Hart was the original supplier of rum to the British Royal Navy. It packs a wallop, but mix it up in an authentic punch and you'll be happy you did. Currently sold out everywhere. Tiki bars like Smuggler's Cove in SF are buying dozens of cases to use as the foundation for their drinks. After this batch it may not be seen again for some time.
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The only spirit imported into the U.S. from the small African island nation Mauritius, STARR rum is unique in many respects. The distillery had been in operation for nearly 100 years, but only produced and marketed locally on the island, until an American entrepreneur named Jeffrey Zarnow was given a bottle as a gift. His immediate impression was that he needed to drink this stuff all the time, and the only way to do that was to import it himself. So, through a capital partnership initiative sponsored by the African Union, Jeffrey and his partners revita...
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Not to be confused with Lebanese Arak (an anise-flavored spirit similar to Ouzo) or Sri Lankan Arak (a distilled palm wine made from coconut milk), Batavia Arrack is a Javanese/Dutch distilled spirit made from sugarcane and fermented red rice. It's prized for its ability to highlight spices, citrus, and chocolate. This spirit, which was traded by the Dutch East India Company, was especially popular in the heyday of the "Punch", which was between the late 17th and 19th centuries. This is a quintessential ingredient in many of the Punch recipes included in...
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Copalli's exceptional white rum gets rested with organic, fresh harvested cacao nibs for an insane flavor profile that lends itself to sipping or creative cocktailing.
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Copalli White Rum is the flagship rum of the Copal Tree Distillery in southern Belize and brainchild of co-founders Anya Fernald of Belcampo Inc. and Todd Robinson, a conservationist and champion of Belize's pristine environment and local communities. A farm to bottle operation, Copal Tree Farms is the first certified organic farm in Belize. The farmland surrounding the distillery produces all of the heirloom variety sugarcane used to make the rums and is nestled within 22,000 acres of protected rainforest. The organic, single estate rum is made from jus...
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2005 Diamond Estate "Mezan" Guyana Rum (750ml) (Previously $55) (Previously $55)
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This rum from independent bottler Mezan was distilled at Guyana's famous Diamond distillery in 2005. Herbaceous with note of spice and citrus.
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Created with input from New York mixologist Jim Meehan, a partner in the brand, this blend of 21 rums from five rum-producing countries—Trinidad, Jamaica, Barbados, Java and Guyana—would make a dynamite daiquiri. Bright lime flavors meld with warm brown-sugar notes and a funky, pleasantly spicy note on the finish. (KN)" (08/2012) K&L Notes: Bringing back the flavor to white rum, Banks is composed of various rums and crafted to bring out the earthy and pure cane flavors one might expect from an agricole rum, albeit not as int...
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Translating as "With Angels" in the native Haitian Creole - Ak Zanj is an aged spirit produced from 100% cane juice from a low yielding heirloom varital called Madame Mueze. The cane is hand harvested by machete and then distilled in 60+ year old copper pot creole stills. It's then aged in 100% Limousine oak that previously held Cognac - this special rum contains no added color or sweetening agents. It's copper in color and offers a natural sweetness and complex combination of herbs and spices.
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "An earthy, dry, clean, and bean- and cane-like aroma with delicate scents of cocoa bean, vanilla bean, and brown sugar. The palate entry is bittersweet, concentrated and beany; at midpalate the flavor profile becomes sweeter and more like vanilla extract. The bean intensity reaches its bittersweet zenith in the high-flying aftertaste. Chic, racy, and delicious. *Superb, Highly Recommended*" (06/2006) K&L Notes: Distilled and bottled on the island paradise of Mauritius. The locally grown cane matures on volcanic soils, whi...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "A top pick for tiki and tropical drinks, this practically begs for lime juice. Scented with warm honey notes, the palate shows lots of brown sugar and spice, plus an enticingly untamed, funky finish (the fabled 'hogo'). Since it’s 'Navy Strength,' you might not want to sip it straight up—the producer wisely recommends exploring the profile first in a daiquiri—though it’s smooth and interesting enough if you want to try. " (08/2014) K&L Notes: The original Jamaica rum is back. It's been 80 years and true Jamaica pot still rum...
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Demerara Distillers in Guyana is the only game in town for Guyanese rum. Their production is legendary. Under the Diamond Reserve label they make one of the most affordable (and delicious) 151 proof rums on the market.
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El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, and is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. In operation since the 1600s, they've supplied the British Royal Navy with rum for more than 200 years. DDL's historic stills, built in the 18th and 19th centuries, produce a number of amazing flavors. In addition, they have more than seven modern stills creating layers of flavor. The 8-year-old rum is the most ubiquitous of the line-up around Guyana, offering the best combination of maturity and value in one bottl...
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "The heavily fruity aroma is deceptive. Instead, this unaged, certified organic cachaça is light, tingly and spicy, with cinnamon, ginger and clove notes. Try adding this spirit to a fruity cocktail." (06/2011) K&L Notes: Novo Fogo is the first cachaça with a distinct sense of place. Coming from the Southern jungle town of Morretes, Novo Fogo represents 300 years of cachaça experience from an organic and sustainable distillery. Everything is used and reused never wasted. The quality of the estate grown cane is unparalleled...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Rested for six months in stainless steel casks, this clear cachaça offers bold, sweet raspberry and plum aromas and flavors, overlaid with a bit of jalapeño heat and zesty vegetal notes on the finish. (KN)" (06/2013) K&L Notes: The very special Avua Cachaca is from one of Brasil's highest quality cachaca producers. There are essentially two types of Cachaca, industrial and artisanal. This is truly the artisanal style, hand crafted from field to bottle. Because of the small scale and seasonal nature of production, each batch ...
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One of the very best unaged agricole rhums available. From the historic JM distillery on the far-flung northern coast of Martinque, this is easily on of the best values in this expensive and labor intensive style of rhum production. JM has long been considered one of the island's finest, and we're incredibly lucky to be able to offer it at this incredible price. 96 points Beverage Testing Institute: "Clear color. Aromas of underripe guava, grilled artichoke, water chestnuts, and marjoram with a round, lively, dry medium body and a peppery, complex, very ...
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Rhum Barbancourt is a superior premium dark rum distilled twice in copper pot stills. It is then barrel-aged in white oak barrels. Unlike other island rums, Barbancourt is made directly from sugar cane juice, pressed from hand-cut, locally grown cane. Aged 8 years. A full bodied premium Reserve Speciale dark rum with a velvety quality. Will enhance any rum drink.
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This incredible navy strength rum is a combination of Ed Hamilton's Jamaican pot distillate and Demerea rums at the perfect 57% for all of your rum cocktailing needs. It has the perfect combination of funk, sweetness, and pleasant, weighty texture.
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This is a blend of the four Clairins from the four communes of Cavaillon, Barraderes, Pignon and St Michel de l’Attalaye. Bottled at natural strength, this aromatic rum is produced naturally with no herbicides or pesticides.
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Selvarey White Rum from Panama is the creation of legendary master blender Don Francisco "Pancho" Fernandez, former thirty-five year veteran of Havana Club. Selvarey White is a blend of three and five year old light rums, distilled in 1922 copper column stills, aged in American oak and carbon filtered to remove the color. No sugar is added before bottling and the crips dry character melds perfectly with the rich barrel influence. This is the closest thing we can offer in the Cuban Carte Blanca style, a fine replacee Perfect in a cocktail, but equally del...
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Copalli White Rum is the flagship rum of the Copal Tree Distillery in Southern Belize and brainchild of co-founders Anya Fernald of Belcampo Inc. and Todd Robinson, a conservationist and champion of Belize's pristine environment and local communities. A farm to bottle operation, Copal Tree Farms is the first certified organic farm in Belize. The farmland surrounding the distillery produces all of the heirloom variety sugarcane used to make the rums and is nestled within 22,000 acres of protected rainforest. The organic, single estate rum is made from jus...
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Wine Enthusiast: "Despite the fact that at 126 proof it may be best suited for lighting your tiki torches, it has body and a juicy, apple-like sweetness. However, it finishes so fiery it's literally tongue-numbing. Use sparingly as a float on top of tiki drinks. (KN)" (08/2014) K&L Notes: Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum is merely the top-selling high-strength rum in the world. In its native Jamaica, however, this crystal-clear rum is legendary. In the country known for its rum, it is the rum of choice. In fact, it currently accounts for more than 90%...
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The exceptional Pere Labat Rhum Agricole is finally in California! Distilled on the small island of Marie-Gallent, the estate's sugar cane fields, distillery and warehouses sit on a pristine 1300 acre estate. The estate has distilled rum since the early 1900s and still uses only locally grown sugarcane varieties native to the island. Rhum agricole is produced from fresh-pressed sugarcane juice rather than molasses and is highly regulated for quality by the French government. The distillery, Distillerie Poisson, is the oldest on the island of Marie-Galant...
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This wonderful rum from El Salvador combines 6 year old Cihuatán column distillate from El Salvador with unaged pot distilled Jamaican rum produced by Worthy Park, Hampden, and Monymusk as well as 3 year old pot distilled Worthy Park. All components are primarily aged in their source country but the final blend takes place in the Netherlands - Europe's spiritual home for all things rum. The result is an easy drinking blend of column and pot distilled rum that is approachable yet complex. The little bit of funky Jamaican rum brings a lively edge to the fr...
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Long a secret of bartenders in the Caribbean, Hampden distillery's Rum Fire is now available at retail in the U.S. The high-ester, high proof is aptly named, as it will catch fire if opened around an open flame! Funky and fruity, this is the ultimate Tiki lover's delight!
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The Zanj rums represent a new brand from one of Haiti's oldest distilleries. Berling S.A. was cofounded by Labbe Barbancourt in 1862. The San Zanj translates from Haitian Creole as "Without Angels' - a referecne to the unaged nature of this cane distillate. Coming primarily from the heriloom variety of Madame Mueze and farmed organically this is one of the worlds fine cane spirits. It is sourced from the 2 clairin producing estates and one rum only production facility on Haiti all of which are using creole column stills from the first half of the 1900's....
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The second offering from Batiste Rhum, Gold starts as the same distinctively versatile sugar cane juice rhum as Silver, but is aged in Northern California for 3-6 months in charred rye whiskey barrels. The activated charcoal in the barrels acts as a purifier for this already exceptionally clean rhum, while the rye lends spice and vanilla notes. Nothing else is added, so the color is light as is the mouthfeel. Don't be fooled though, Batiste Gold is distinct enough to hold its own in any whiskey cocktail, be it a Manhattan, Old Fashioned, or just on th...
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Wine & Spirits: "*Year's Best Spirits 2016* Some of the world’s best rums are being made by a man who cut his teeth on Cognac, Alexandre Gabriel, owner of Maison Ferrand. Not long after reviving that brandy house, Gabriel turned his attention to rum, creating Plantation and endowing it with a Cognac distiller’s sense of balance, elegance and variety. OFTD (Old-Fashioned Traditional Dark), created with input from rum specialists including cocktail historian David Wondrich and tiki expert Martin Cate, is a blockbuster. Earlier Plantation dark rums had reli...