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
Chairman’s Spiced Rum begins with the original Chairman’s Reserve steeped with “Bois Bandé,” a local Caribbean bark culturally known for its aphrodisiac qualities. Added to the rum are local spices and fruits such as cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, vanilla, allspice, lemon and orange peels. It is aged separately by batch and by type of still in ex-Bourbon barrels, then blended and rested in oak vats for an additional six months.
Deep mahogany color with a supple red hue. An expressive aroma of bitter orange, nutmeg, cinnamon, and sweet raisin lead to a sweet and rich mouthfeel bursting with exotic spices, and balanced with crisp citrus character. An epicurean and complex spiced rum.Learn More
The Forgotten Casks of Chairman’s Reserve is an extra aged sipping rum crafted to mimic rum found in the original forgotten casks of Chairman’s Reserve, which were preserved from St. Lucia Distillers horrific fire on May 2, 2007. St. Lucia Distillers continues to hold back select Chairman’s Reserve for extra aging to offer a limited release of the Chairman’s Forgotten Casks.
Rich, dark, gold mahogany color with an intense nose of sweet raisins, cigar tobacco, amber honey and vanilla. A warm palate offers grilled tropical fruit and candied walnuts rounded with soft spices that persist throughout a long wonderful finish.