For more than 300 years, before the days of Admiral Nelson, wooden ships and iron men, the sailors of Britain’s Royal Navy were issued a day-to-day ration of rum by the ship’s ‘Purser’. This tradition, one of the crucial longest and un-broken in the history of the sea, carried forward from the year 1655 to August 1st 1970.
The superb rum in this bottle is identical rum that was once standard issue aboard their Majesties’ ships at the time of the custom’s termination in 1970. For centuries, British Navy Jack Tars drank their Pusser’s Rum and appreciated this spirit’s exceptional quality.
Its distinct character is still created from six of the world’s finest Caribbean rums that have been found out on their excursions at sea.
Produced based on the Admiralty’s specification
54.5 % Alcohol Percentage – 100% natural the usage of no flavouring agents
Wealthy and full-bodied, with an unsurpassed smoothness because of its natural ingredients
It was once awarded Double Gold medal by San Francisco Wine Competition
Serve at room temperature