Inextricably linked to the Caribbean, rum has a complicated and slightly disturbing history. First it was part of the original triangle of the slave trade economy and later became associated with piracy and even organised crime during prohibition. It seems wherever there is rum, there is rumbullion. Well, maybe not today. Typically rum is made from sugar cane juice or molasses, although sugar beet is sometimes used for inferior products. There is no set method of manufacturing and there are many regional variations. Some distillers use pot stills, some column stills, others a variation of the two. Rhum Agricole is made from free run cane juice and is mostly confined to French speaking countries around the Caribbean. Latin rums from Spanish speaking nations can be fruity and full flavoured, while dark/navy rums have a more earthy and chocolaty taste. Most rums are aged for at least a year, some are then filtered to remove any colour, others left to age for up to 21 years.
A superb blend of Jamaican rums that have been aged from 12 to 18 years. Best served on its own or o..
€55.99 Ex Tax: €45.52
A delicate and light rum that has been mellowed and aged for three years in oak barrels. After ag..
€29.99 Ex Tax: €24.38
A smooth and richly flavoured rum that has flavours of chocolate, vanilla, honey and exotic spices. ..
€43.00 Ex Tax: €34.96
A soft and warming golden rum that works really well with mixers or in a Mojitio. This is aged for 5..
€39.00 Ex Tax: €31.71
A smooth and soft tasting rum that has been aged carefully in ex-Bourbon barrels. This has some..
€54.99 Ex Tax: €44.71
An incredible rum that really packs in a lot of flavour. The 1824 has been aged for 12 years in Amer..
€74.99 Ex Tax: €60.97
Aged for fifteen years in oak casks has resulted in this premium rum having notes of ripe banana, dr..
€80.00 Ex Tax: €65.04
A delicious coconut liquor with rum, the Aloha Coconut Licor.
€15.99 Ex Tax: €13.00