Berry Bro.s & Rudd can trace it's origins back to 1698 when the Widow Bourne founded her shop opposite St Jame's Palace. Today, the present generation of Berrys and Rudds continue to manage the family-owned business from 3 St. James Street.
The Caribbean boasts a long history of rum distilling, born of the sugar plantations that began to develop in the 17th century. Each country has a unique style and with maturity the full, intense fruit, spice and, often molasses flavours shine through.
This Nicaraguan Rum gives honey, tobacco and spice aromas with balancing oak tannins. The palate is full of lively spicy characters smoothed by the creamy vanilla and toffee notes.
46.0% - 700ml