Jack Ratt Lugger Rum
Product Code: 503107
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.
Unlike most commercial spiced rums, Jack Ratt Lugger Rum is not defined by an overpowering vanilla characteristic. Instead, the aim was to create a rum that offers a full profile of spices. As a result, the Caribbean rum has been aged in bourbon-charred oak barrels before spicing it with nutmeg, orange-peel and cloves, as well as vanilla.
The name ‘Lugger Rum’ originates from the name given to the fishing boats that Jack Ratt would have used to smuggle contraband into Lyme Bay in the 18th Century. Fast, agile and often painted black, under the cover of darkness these Luggers were almost impossible to catch.
Presented in a striking bell shaped bottle with a cork, this bottle can be re-used time and time again. Whether you want to treat yourself or if you are looking for a special gift for a friend, this rum is a great addition to any drinks cabinet.
- Made in the UK
- ALC 40% VOL
Age restriction: To be sold to 18 years and over only
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.
Please note: We only ship Wines and Ales to the UK mainland only.
We reserve the right not to deliver orders if we believe the address is not secure, for example, to a communal postal address, PO Box or if the customer has incorrectly applied the wrong shipping area. If this affects an order you placed, we will notify you as soon as possible. We may also request additional ID.
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Please Note: Weekends and Bank Holidays (including Bank Holiday weekends) are NOT counted as working days.