Brand Worthy park
Region St. catherine
Closure Screw cap
Rum-Bar by Worthy Park Silver, 20 cl
Regular price £6.99
Silver Jamaican rum from Worthy Park's Rum-Bar range. Well-suited for all manner of cocktails and mixed drinks - you ought to rather happy indeed to see Rum-Bar on the back-bar of your favourite drinking establishment. Read more.
Delivery & Returns
Standard UK Mainland Under 4 kg (3-5 Working Days) - £4.95
Standard UK Mainland Over 4kg (3-5 Working Days) - £5.95
48 Hour Express Delivery (Order by 2PM) -£7.99
Next Working Day UK Mainland (Order by 2PM) - £9.99
Saturday UK Mainland Delivery (Order by 2PM Friday) - £10.99
Sunday UK Mainland Delivery (Order by 2PM Friday)- £10.99
Heavy/Oversized Delivery (Over 30kg - Express Delivery) - £19.99
14 Days Returns Policy. Find out more
Gift Boxes - £4.99
Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
Add a Gift message for £0.99
Enter your message
Can't decide? Add a Gift Card
The Worthy Park Estate has remained this way since it’s inception in 1670. It was gifted to Lt. Francis Price for his services to Cromwell during the English capture of the island from the Spanish in 1655. It has expanded since then through the acquisition of neighbouring properties.
Commercial production of cane and sugar began in 1720 and has continued unabated until this day. Since then it has only been under ownership by three families and has been in the hands of the Clarke family since 1918. In that time Worthy Park has not only engaged in cane farming and sugar production but the land has been used for beef cattle, citrus, poultry and other agricultural crops. However, there has been a consistent reduction in cultivation of other crops and livestock in favour of an increased cultivation of cane and sugar production.
Dried banana chips, wet grass, pink peppercorn, a touch of chewy apricot.
What our customers are saying
Mojito Cocktail Recipe
Like so many of the classic cocktail favourites, the origins of the Mojito cocktail have been lost and blurred over the years. We do know that local South American Indians were known to have remedies for many diseases, so a small party went ashore to Cuba and came back with ingredients for a medicine. They used aguarediente de cana, mint leaves, and the juices from sugar cane and limes to put together a tonic which turned out to be effective - and this is supposedly the first of the Mojito ingredients. Luckily for us, the mojito is so popular that the ingredients and method is extremely well known. This recipe is the classic version of the rum cocktail, and you can find all the best rum for mojito cocktails on The Bottle Club.