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The incredible Diamond Estate is the only remnant of the once booming Guyanese rum trade. Incredibly, the rum industry in this small Caribbean nation (geographically part of South America) managed to maintain and consolidate in such a way that as each distillery closed their equipment and there for much of their identity, remained intact and moved to subsequent facilities. The one remaining distillery in the capital Georgetown, is now a veritable working museum, dedicated to the complicated history of the Caribbean rum trade. While they have a huge varie...
Price: $99.99

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 ...
Price: $39.99

The story from Mr. Ed Hamilton: "In the twenty years I lived on a yacht sailing the West Indies I really enjoyed drinking some great white rums. Back in the US, I missed that clean, fresh flavor of aged molasses-based rum that had been carbon-filtered to remove the color gained during a few years spent aging in oak barrels in the tropics. In addition to the fresh flavor of the rum there was also a slight coconut note generally attributed to the American oak barrels in which these rums were aged. Like so many things those rums that I enjoyed in the '90s a...
Price: $23.99

From Ed Hamilton, who's been called the self-appointed Minister of Rum. He helped us secure the barrel of St. Lucia for our Faultline rum, now has his own series of rums from different Caribbean islands.
Price: $22.99

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 ...
Price: $57.99

From the producer: Jung & Wulff Guyana is an 86-proof rum with a beguiling, flavorful taste profile. Widely acclaimed, it is a spectacular sipping rum to be enjoyed straight, on ice or in a delectable cocktail. Tasting notes: The toasted opening is rich and creamy in texture, confectionary at the start. It becomes roasted and bittersweet and slightly smoky with an undercurrent of grassiness at the midpalate. And for the finish, it just keeps revolving.
Price: $39.99

From the producer: Jung & Wulff Trinidad is a delightfully flavorful 86-proof, medium-bodied rum. This silky, Trinidadian Rum has been awarded five stars from the acclaimed reviewer F. Paul Pacult. You can relish it neat, on the rocks, or in your favorite rum cocktail. Tasting Notes: The entry taste gives an impression of moderate age and medium-level oakiness. Mid palate the flavor turns deeply spicy. Its circular evolution throughout hits highlights of fruit, spice, vegetation and earthiness, all at the optimum moments so that the final impression is o...
Price: $39.99

Diamond Distillery is a source of some of our favorite single-cask rums, including this stellar 15 Year Old demerara. A unique and singular rum in many respects, it's perhaps best distinguished for being produced on the only double-wooden pot still in existence. At nearly 300 years old, it's a piece of rum history. The Holmes Cay is demerara in its purest form. Nothing whatsoever is added during or after distillation. The complexity in this 15 year old beauty is drawn exclusively from the aging process in used American oak rum casks. Bottled at a full ca...
Price: $139.99

From the producer: Jung & Wulff Barbados is an 86-proof, full-bodied, buttery, aged rum that exemplifies its Barbados terroir. Highly acclaimed, it is widely enjoyed in cocktails, neat, or on the rocks. Tasting Notes: Early on the palate is a range of tastes from dark chocolate, to dried fruits, to burnt sugar. Creamy and robust, it is more bittersweet than sweet, deeply cocoa-like and deliciously rich. It is a powerful yet elegant rum true to the character of Barbados.
Price: $44.99

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: $33.99

This blend of 80% dark rum from Guyana and 20% Rhum Agricole from Martinique is distilled in pot, wooden vat, and French-Savalle stills. Denizen's newest releast continues to highlight the extreme quality and value this brand delivers.
Price: $25.99

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