This rum commemorates the English Admiral Rodney who famously “broke the line” and vanquished the French fleet at the Battle of the Saints in 1782. HMS Royal Oak was one of the British ships that, under Admiral Rodney's command, vanquished the French and paved the way to British dominance of the Caribbean.
HMS Royal Oak contains their original blend of Coffey Still rums aged in American white oak Bourbon casks between 7 to 12 years.
A nose of prunes, raisin fruit, toasty oak and tropical spices. An intense mouth-feel of sweet sultana fruit, tobacco and chocolate, with vanilla from the oak. Complex finish with sweet fruit, caramel and spice.Learn More
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A limited-edition rum from Chairman's Reserve, blended from casks that had been forgotten about after the fire that seriously damaged the distillery in 2007. Having lost a lot of warehouse space, they put the casks wherever they could and finding a parcel of these lost casks they have created this older-than-usual expression.
NOSE: Wonderfully intense nose of sweet raisin, sultana and hints of tobacco and vanilla from the oak. Spicy with coffee beans, cocoa & maple.
PALATE: Intense with sweet honeyed fruit and spices giving a wonderfully balanced and complex rum. Dark rich spices, apricot jam, golden syrup, toffee brittle, coffee and treacle.
FINISH: Long, complex and spicy with plum and raisin.Learn More