British Navy Pusser's Rum 40%
Product Code: 65913
Order by 3pm for next day deliveryexc. Bank Holidays & Weekends
International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
A contribution from the sale of this product helps us to secure this spectacular and unique heritage for future generations to enjoy.
Raise a glass to history every time you take a sip of this iconic rum! Pusser's Rum was a daily issue to the Royal Navy from 1655 to 1970, helping its men through even the most difficult situations at sea. It takes its name from the purser, who would distribute the rum aboard ship. Today the award-winning rum is made to the same specification as the original Royal Navy rum. It is wooden pot stilled and aged for 3 years in charred oak barrels that give it its rich flavour. The unique blend of 5 stills from Guyana and Trinidad produces a rich mahogany rum with a classic Demerara aroma, finished with notes of leather, tobacco, dried sultanas, nutmeg, cloves and English toffee. Completely free from additives and artificial colours, it is a drink to savour and enjoy.
- Made in the British Virgin Islands
- Wooden pot stilled
- Free from artificial additives and colours
- 40% Vol.
Age restriction: Not for sale to people under 18 years of age
Drink Delivery from £6.99. Our drinks are delivered by courier. Expect delivery between 2-4 working days after placing your order. It may take longer to deliver to remote areas, including the following post codes: AB, BT, DD 8-11, HS, IV, KA 27-28, KW, PA20-23, 28-29, 31, 34, 41 onwards, PH8, 10, 16, 18 onwards, TR21-25, ZE.
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