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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

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

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

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 has 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,...
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