Jamaica Cove Coffee Rum, 70 cl
Regular price £27.07
Distilled in Jamaica in pot and column stills and aged for up to 3 years, before being infused with natural coffee from the famous Blue Mountains of Jamaica. giving a coffee and a dark chocolate flavour. Perfect for mixing or using in cocktails such as the Espresso Martini. Read more.
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The smugglers of Cornwall land in the dead of night in small skiffs in the surrounding coves of Falmouth.
According to stories, gangs of wreckers operated on the coast of Cornwall during the early 19th century and it was described as a “haven of smugglers”. The wreckers enticed ships to this coastline by tricking them with beacon lights, which they deliberately lit on the shore. Once the ships floundered on the rocky coast, they were looted by the wreckers.
Under the cover of the Cornish darkness and the moonlight as their guiding light, the landing crew brought ashore their plundered barrels of rums and botanicals from Jamaica ashore. Rumbustious behavior ensues as the smugglers enjoy their rum haul and regale their tales of seafaring skullduggery.
Lots of dark chocolate, roasted coffee bean and cocoa, along with hint of honeycomb and flamed peels too.
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