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The HMS Antelope pays homage to ‘Navy Rum’ with a blend of 6 -year-old pot still Rum from Australia from Australia’s oldest distillery, 5-7 year-old column still rum from Trinidad, 5 old pot still rum from Jamaica, 4-7 year old pot and column still blended rum from Guyana and a 5 year-old pot and column still from Foursquare in Barbados. After blending the mixture was further aged for one year in ex-bourbon in the dry conditions at the Dead Reckoning warehouse in Adelaide, South Australia.
Price: $99.99

This single cask, triple matured, pure single blended rum is no less than 10 and a half years old. Blended at birth from FourSquare's pot and column stills and tropically aged in Barbados for 8 years in ex-bourbon before being moved to Adelaide from some "Australian dry ageing." Once there it was filled into 60 year old Seppeltsfield Winery ex-Tawny cask for 8 months before being transfered a third time to a high-char ex-bourbon barrel for another 22 months. Seppeltsfield makes one of the world's great sticky wines and the intense porty character is tame...
Price: $119.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This tawny rum offers a mellow brown sugar aroma. The exceedingly smooth palate opens with plenty of creamy vanilla, plus hints of toasted marshmallow and vanilla wafers, winding into a long finish tinged with espresso and allspice. Aged for a minimum of five years in ex-Bourbon casks in Barbados, then shipped to the Cognac region to mature in Pierre Ferrand Cognac casks. *Best Buy* (KN)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: In 1989 Alexander Gabriel discovered Maison Ferrand, one of the oldest spirit brands in the Cognac region. Traveling ...
Price: $22.99

Wine & Spirits: "A classic Dickensian dissembler, Reverend Stiggins is a Pickwick Papers character who sermonized about temperance while indulging in constant sips of pineapple rum. His name graces this new rum, a project that Maison Ferrand took on, sparked by a suggestion from spirits writer David Wondrich (the two have collaborated in recent years on a Curaçao). Using a base of Plantation Original Dark Rum that’s been macerated with Queen Victoria pineapple flesh and a portion of white rum that’s been distilled with the rinds, they’ve created a barrel...
Price: $26.99

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