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El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, which is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. Having operated since the 1600s, it supplied the British Royal Navy with rum for more than 200 years, and the Diamond Estate Distillery still churns out a variety of spirits today. DDL's historic stills, built in the 18th and 19th centuries, are still in operation and produce a number of amazing flavors. The deliciously supple 12-year-old uses medium-bodied rums from the Savalle still (a very unique column still ...
Price: $39.99

90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Opening nosing pass shows deft touches of caramel, honey and molasses. Palate entry is dry to off-dry and mildly honeyed; the midpalate is stately, medium-bodied and tastes of tar, tobacco, old oak and molasses. Aftertaste is long, bittersweet, brandy-like and tastes of dark caramel. *Superb, Highly Recommended*" (06/2006) K&L Notes: El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, and is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. Having operated since the 1600s, it supplied the ...
Price: $57.99

From Ed Hamilton, who's been called the self-appointed Minister of Rum. He helped us secure the barrel of St. Lucia for our Faultline rum, now has his own series of rums from different Caribbean islands.
Price: $22.99

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

El Dorado Rum is made by Demerara Distillers Limited in Guyana, South America, which is perhaps the single greatest rum producer on the planet. Having operated since the 1600s, it supplied the British Royal Navy with rum for more than 200 years. The Diamond Estate Distillery still churns out a variety of spirits today. DDL's historic stills were built in the 18th and 19th centuries and are still in operation and produce a number of amazing flavors. The complex and ethereal 21-year uses heavy-bodied rums from the EHP Coffey still (a wooden column built in...
Price: $129.99

This incredible navy strength rum is a combination of Ed Hamilton's Jamaican pot distillate and Demerea rums at the perfect 57% for all of your rum cocktailing needs. It has the perfect combination of funk, sweetness, and pleasant, weighty texture.
Price: $29.99

This full-throttle, 151-proof rum is a blend of 85% demerara and 15% Jamaican Pot Still comes from noted rum importer Ed Hamilton. It's his answer to one of his longtime portfolio staples, the Lemon Hart 151 overproof. Burnt amber in color with hugely intense nose (apart from the ethanol). The profile is heavily centered on molasses, maple, and treacle. This is a serious step up from the clear Puerto Rican 151s that most people are familiar with. It's ideal for Tiki cocktails for sure, but with a few drops of water it's well worth the experience of drink...
Price: $36.99

A classic made from raw demerara sugar in Guyana, this bottling is historically relevant because Lemon Hart was the original supplier of rum to the British Royal Navy. It packs a wallop, but mix it up in an authentic punch and you'll be happy you did. Currently sold out everywhere. Tiki bars like Smuggler's Cove in SF are buying dozens of cases to use as the foundation for their drinks. After this batch it may not be seen again for some time.
Price: $33.99

This rum from independent bottler Mezan was distilled at Guyana's famous Diamond distillery in 2005. Herbaceous with note of spice and citrus.
Price: $44.99

This blend of 80% dark rum from Guyana and 20% Rhum Agricole from Martinique is distilled in pot, wooden vat, and French-Savalle stills. Denizen's newest releast continues to highlight the extreme quality and value this brand delivers.
Price: $25.99

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