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Ableforth's Rumbullion! Navy Strength

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Ableforth's Rumbullion! Navy Strength
£48.99

This is the navy-strength version of Ableforth's Rumbullion, a spiced rum blended in England. Made using Caribbean rum, Madagascan vanilla, orange peel, cinnamon, clove and cardamom, this is rich and intense, with the expected warmth from the 57%abv.


NOSE: Intense. Masses of vanilla combine orange zest. A spicy, rich nose with candied peels, cola syrup, cloves, cardamom and oak.


PALATE: Spicy vanilla, cola cubes, molasses and honey, cinnamon and crème caramel. Hints of Valencia oranges with cloves and mixed peels.


FINISH: An incredibly long finish, cinnamon, allspice and creamy custard apples.

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Ableforth’s is best known for the multi-award-winning Bathtub Gin and Rumbullion! spiced rum. Since launching in 2011, the range has grown significantly, using time-honoured techniques such as cold compounding as well as cold distillation for their 91.2% abv absinthe, Summer Fruit Cup and Christmas Mulled Cup!

Bathtub Gin is now available in Cask-Aged, Navy-Strength, Sloe and Old Tom variants. Bathtub has received Gold Outstanding and Master awards from the International Spirit & Competition and The Gin Masters respectively as well as Best Compound Gin at the World Gin Awards 3 years running (2014, 2015 & 2016) and 2 International Spirits Challenge Trophies!

The rest of the range is made up of the aforementioned Summer Fruit Cup, Christmas Mulled Cup and Cold-Distilled Absinthe as well as a superbly thick and unctuous Cherry Brandy.

RUMBULLION! NAVY STRENGTH

A full-bodied variation on the Rumbullion! recipe, bottled at Navy Strength (which is rather fitting, wouldn’t you agree?). Massive notes of cardamom and vanilla burst forth from this spice rum.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name Ableforth's Rumbullion! Navy Strength
Country England
Region Langley, West Midlands
ABV% 57%
Size 700ml
Dietary Information No
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