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Chris Blackwell has released a Limited Edition 007 bottling of the Blackwell Fine Jamaican Rum! A particularly delicious Jamaican rum, with a rather snazzy bottle, too... Read more.
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Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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In 1825, John Wray established The Shakespeare Tavern in Kingston, Jamaica. The company developed steadily and in 1860 John’s nephew, Charles James Ward, joined the business. Thus, J Wray and Nephew came into being. John Wray retired in 1862, with Ward left at the helm. The brand started out as a tavern and spirits dealer and, over time, it developed into a thriving business. At the London International Exhibition in 1862, J Wray and Nephew’s rum were awarded three gold medals. Awards and acclaim were received at various exhibitions throughout the world over the course of the 19th century. The brand was acquired by Lindo Brothers & Co in 1916. Shortly after, they purchased the Appleton Estate rum distillery. The company also employ the only female Master Blender in the industry, Joy Spencer. Today, the brand produce the world’s best-selling high strength white rum. Furthermore, J Wray and Nephew have become a massive part of Jamaica’s culture.
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Zombie Cocktail Recipe
If I asked you to think of a delicious tiki cocktail, there’s a high chance you may think of the famous tropical cocktail the Zombie. Created by Donn Beach in the 1930s when he opened America's first Polynesian-themed tiki bar in Hollywood, he kept the recipe underwraps with top secret codes, so few knew how to make it. This resulted in many exotic and tasty variations of the cocktail, but this one is as close to the original as we can find. A zombie cocktail recipe is the perfect one to try at home. It’s a classic tiki cocktail, and its potent reputation certainly proceeds it. If you can’t find one ingredient worry not, as the Zombie opens itself up to lots of creativity and interpretation. In fact, if you enjoy this recipe, make sure to experiment with your favourite fruits (such as passionfruit) and try both crushed and cubed ice to find the Zombie that tickles your fancy.