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The ideal blended rum for your tropical cocktail needs has arrived - and it tastes great on its own too! The Navy Grog blend combines five different rums from across the Caribbean to create the perfect balance of sweetness, spice, florals, fruit tones, and kick. Sourced from Jamaica, Guyana, and the Dominican Republic, this rum was bottled Navy-strength at 114 proof.
Price: $39.99

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.
Price: $39.99

Hamilton "False Idol" 151 Full Proof Caribbean Blended Rum (1L) (Local Delivery Only - cannot ship)
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This full-throttle, 151-proof rum is a blend of 85% demerara and 15% Jamaican Pot Still comes from noted rum importer Ed Hamilton. It's his answer to one of his longtime portfolio staples, the Lemon Hart 151 overproof. Burnt amber in color with hugely intense nose (apart from the ethanol). The profile is heavily centered on molasses, maple, and treacle. This is a serious step up from the clear Puerto Rican 151s that most people are familiar with. It's ideal for Tiki cocktails for sure, but with a few drops of water it's well worth the experience of drink...
Price: $36.99

Pekut and Carwick is a tiny independent bottler focused on transparency in their excellent bottlings. This delightful "Bulk Rum" isn't trying to hide a thing. It is a combination of pot and column distillate originally distilled and aged in Guyana, brokered in Amsterdam, and bottled in Berkeley. The nose is clean, medium intensity, smelling of sugar, light caramel, and the crust of a dense cake or plain donut. A hint of something akin to rancio and a touch of 'cognac funk' make it intriguing, while fruity esters of apricot and apple add a pleasant twist....
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