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With tiki culture experiencing a full renaissance and rum appreciation reaching its highest level of enthusiasm in decades, we thought it was time to create a custom K&L dark overproof edition that offered our customers something unique, well-priced, interesting, and flat-out delicious in that category. Made with a unique blend of rums from Jamaica and Guyana, this 57% ABV edition combines the aromatic and funky pot still flavor of the Jamaican rum culture with the textural compounds of Guyanese column-distilled beauty. Hints of green banana and molasses...
Price: $19.99

97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Lively and complex, this carries aromas of honey, cedar, Mandarin orange, cooked pineapple and brown sugar. The plush, slightly viscous palate echoes those flavors, layering on bright flickers of cedar and lemon peel, plus a hint of funk reminiscent of agricole rhum. It finishes with a warming clove tingle on the tip of the tongue. Made with 100% pot still Jamaican rum, aged first in Jamaica and then in ex-Cognac casks at the Ferrand estate. *Best Buy* (KN)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: This stunning 100% pot still Jamaican rum is a...
Price: $23.99

From Ed Hamilton, who's been called the self-appointed Minister of Rum.
Price: $22.99

The legendary Probitas (Veritas in every other country) is finally upon us. This extremely exciting collaboration between the excellent Foursquare distillery in Barbados and the wonderful Hampden Estate in Trelawny Parish, Jamaica is rewriting the rules for rum. It begins with a base of unaged molasses-based rum distilled expertly by Richard Seale on his famous Coffey still. These are mingled with two rare rums from Jamaica's most authentic distillery, are two "low-ester" rums from the OWH marque (Owen W Hussey). One, an unaged pot stilled rum and the ot...
Price: $24.99

This limited edition gem is redefining the Stolen brand as well as Jamaican rum in general. We see very little well aged pure pot still Jamaican rum and when we do it tends to be rather expensive. Stolen Rum sourced these 5000 bottles from the exceptional Hampden Estate and it represents the essence of Jamaican Rum's potential. Hampden is renowned for its traditional fermentation and distillation practices. Very little has changed there in the many centuries that they've been cultivating, processing, and distilling sugar cane. One interesting component o...
Price: $18.99

This exceptional and affordable Jamaican Rum is exactly what the world needs. Brought in by the wonderful Two James Distillery in Detroit, this Worthy Park distillate is aged for 6+ years in Jamaica before being shipped to Michigan and filled into fresh Moscatel Sherry Casks. Full of estery goodness, the Moscatel casks round out those intense aromas. Bright, fresh tropical fruit, hints of citrus, pineapple, passion fruit and rich caramel to balance. At 100 proof it stands up nicely in a drink, but has plenty of depth and character to sip straight or on t...
Price: $24.99

The story from Mr. Ed Hamilton: "In the twenty years I lived on a yacht sailing the West Indies I really enjoyed drinking some great white rums. Back in the US, I missed that clean, fresh flavor of aged molasses-based rum that had been carbon-filtered to remove the color gained during a few years spent aging in oak barrels in the tropics. In addition to the fresh flavor of the rum there was also a slight coconut note generally attributed to the American oak barrels in which these rums were aged. Like so many things those rums that I enjoyed in the '90s a...
Price: $23.99

It's not often we're on the lookout for a new Cachaça, but we couldn't pass up this absolutely delicious, strikingly labeled liter bottle of pure bargain-priced booze. Velho Barreiro Cachaça is only $15.99 and is briefly aged in Brazilian wood. It's full of real rum character and should make killer drinks for those looking for a new mixer. And the price...meu Deus!
Price: $15.99

One of the world's unsung rum producing nations is the tiny Island Paradise of Fiji. Opened in 1980 by the Fijian Sugar Co. to take advantage of the great amount of molasses left over from the large refining business on the island. The South Pacific Distilleries became renowned for providing bulk rum for many of the finest independent rum bottlers in Europe and after the distillery's products won countless rum awards, Master of Rum Liam Costello, decided that they should be marketing their own products to the world. They cut off all bulk contracts, save ...
Price: $19.99

Wine & Spirits: "A classic Dickensian dissembler, Reverend Stiggins is a Pickwick Papers character who sermonized about temperance while indulging in constant sips of pineapple rum. His name graces this new rum, a project that Maison Ferrand took on, sparked by a suggestion from spirits writer David Wondrich (the two have collaborated in recent years on a Curaçao). Using a base of Plantation Original Dark Rum that’s been macerated with Queen Victoria pineapple flesh and a portion of white rum that’s been distilled with the rinds, they’ve created a barrel...
Price: $24.99

Ed Hamilton, who helped us secure the barrel of St. Lucia for our Faultline rum, now has his own series of rums from different Caribbean islands. This Jamaican Black Pot Still edition is fabulous for mixing and comes in at a rock-bottom price of $24.99. Tough to beat that for your Dark & Stormy needs. Now just grab some ginger beer and get going.
Price: $24.99

This blend of extra light, light, and heavy pot still rums is distilled by the renowned Worthy Park Estate, which farms over 210,000 acres of cane. Die-hard rum aficionado Ed Hamilton handles the bottling and labeling. It shows pronounced aromas and flavors dominated by ripe bananas and other tropical fruit. The typical caramel and molasses notes provide a profile that can be appreciated by rum lovers of all stripes.
Price: $24.99


*Gold Medal - 2007 San Francisco World Spirits Competition* Gosling Brothers Ltd. imported its first barrels of Caribbean rum into Bermuda in 1860. Numerous different blends were tried until one was formulated and deemed ideal. The result was a well-aged, extremely dark rum, which the firm dubbed "Old-Rum." For over 50 years the rum was sold only by draught, with local patrons bring in their own bottles to be filled. The rum continued to be sold exclusively out of the barrel until the First World War, when the company began filling champagne bottles re...
Price: $19.99