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Initially thick and sweet you are soon met with strong berried flavours backed up by oak driven Caramel. Hints of tobacco and dark chocolate and to the detail. Read more.
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A remarkable product with a remarkable story. The liquid to be found within dates back to 1970 when the 300 year old Naval tradition of Rum rations ended. Stocks remained stored away and largely forgotten until 2007 when the remaining flagons became available. The highly limited bottling comes directly from these. If you want to present a bottle of Rum with a story then this is about as good as it gets.
Berried becoming light and oaky
Dark & Stormy Cocktail Recipe
Fans of the Moscow Mule, this one’s for you. The Dark ’n Stormy is a delicious, easy-to-make cocktail that features a refreshing trio of dark rum, ginger beer and lime, and it also goes down a lot easier than the name might imply. This popular cocktail is now found all over the world, but can be traced back to the island of Bermuda. Fun fact, it’s still Bermuda's national drink today! It was sailors who first enjoyed mixing rum with the stomach settling ginger ale, and technically a real Dark & Stormy can only be made with Bermuda’s own Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, with notes of caramel, vanilla and spice. However, if you’re simply looking to whip the best Dark & Stormy cocktail recipe up at home, feel free to use any dark rum (we’re not telling anyone!). Note that ginger ale is not a substitute for ginger beer. Ginger ale is just carbonated water that’s flavoured with ginger, like a soda. Ginger beer, on the other hand, is brewed and fermented and this will benefit your Dark & Stormy. We also call for a modest measure of lime juice, but feel free to add more if it suits your taste. Get mixing and set sail!