Review: Morvenna White Rum

According to Google, Morwenna is the eponymous patron saint of Morwenstow, a civil parish and village 10 kilometres north of Bude in Cornwall. Seems appropriate for a rum that is actually made in Bude, Cornwall. Morvenna White Rum was launched in June 2018 and is made by The Cornish Distilling Co. – and when I … More Review: Morvenna White Rum

Review: Rum-Bar Silver

The Rum-Bar range hails from Jamaica and it was launched in 2007 by the newly upgraded and re-opened Worthy Park distillery. Worthy Park was established as an estate since 1670, but unfortunately in 1962 it had to stop rum production due to a oversupply of Jamaican rum following World War II. It resumed production in … More Review: Rum-Bar Silver

The Barrel Sample: Clairin Sajous 2015

Clairin Sajous is made at Chelo Distillery in Haiti by Michel Sajous. Luca Gargano of Velier is responsible for distributing various Clairins outside Haiti. Clairin Sajous uses sugar cane from the estate, the base material being cane juice. Fermented with wild yeast for around 7-10 days, pot still distilled and bottled without dilution – absolutely … More The Barrel Sample: Clairin Sajous 2015