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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

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

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

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 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 ...
Price: $64.99

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...
Price: $79.99


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...
Price: $199.99

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

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!
Price: $27.99

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...
Price: $59.99

The legendary Probitas (Veritas in every other country) is finally upon us. This extremely exciting collaboration between the excellent Foursquare distillery in Barbados and the wonderful Hampden Estate in Trelawny Parish, Jamaica is rewriting the rules for rum. It begins with a base of unaged molasses-based rum distilled expertly by Richard Seale on his famous Coffey still. These are mingled with two rare rums from Jamaica's most authentic distillery, are two "low-ester" rums from the OWH marque (Owen W Hussey). One, an unaged pot stilled rum and the ot...
Price: $24.99


Price: $22.99

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 ...
Price: $149.99


Ed Hamilton, who helped us secure the barrel of St. Lucia for our Faultline rum, now has his own series of rums from different Caribbean islands. This Jamaican Black Pot Still edition is fabulous for mixing and comes in at a rock-bottom price of $24.99. Tough to beat that for your Dark & Stormy needs. Now just grab some ginger beer and get going.
Price: $24.99

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...
Price: $29.99


This blend of column and pot distillate from the Fiji Islands give a firm structure and fruity/estery profile.
Price: $22.99

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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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 ...
Price: $59.99

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.
Price: $36.99

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...
Price: $89.99

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%...
Price: $28.99


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