Natural cork stopper
Its makers say Papa’s Pilar Rum is inspired by Ernest Hemingway the writer and adventurer, known in Cuba as Papa. Pilar refers to Pilar in Key West where on 12th May 1934 Ernest Hemingway took delivery of a custom built Playboy Cruiser from Wheeler Shipyards in Brooklyn, New York.Read more
Clear, pale straw yellow.
Vanilla toasty oak and cinnamon with caramel. Notes of citrus and peach fruit.
Slightly sweet, vanilla icing and peachy fruit with cinnamon spice. Flavours strangely reminiscent of Southern Comfort liqueur.
Lingering fruity vanilla, buttery oak and black pepper spice. Perhaps more evocative of a vanilla spiced rum than a three year old light white.
Blended in the Netherlands and bottled in the UK, The Duppy Share is a blend of 5 year old rum from Foursquare, Barbados and pot still Jamaican rum from Worthy Park Distillery. According to Caribbean folk lore Duppies are spirits that consume the rum which evaporates from aging casks.
Ron Cubay rums are made from fermented Cuban sugar cane molasses and distilled in a column still. Two different rums are made and then blended together after being separately aged, an ‘aguardientes’ which leaves the still at 75% alc./vol and a ‘superfine’ at 95.5% alc./vol..
A blend of Bajan column and pot still rums, aged 3 years in ex-bourbon barrels which have been re-charred (No.7 char) and reassembled on the island. This three year white rum is filtered through a limestone coral filter prior to bottling, so removing most of the colour imparted by barrel aging.