Created In Honor Of The Danish Royal Navy
Black Barrel Spiced Rum 40% is a part of the Royal Danish Navy series and created to honor their proud history. Combining the history of the world’s oldest navy academy with the 15th century’s proud barrel-charring traditions we get the Black Barrel 40%. By burning the barrels, the result is a dark blend with complex notes. These notes are not from the charred wood, but from the wood behind which had been opened with the heat. Black as the night and spiced according to an ancient secret recipe Black Barrel’s character and color lives completely up to its name.
Mocha, walnuts, burnt figs and lightly burnt notes of oak
Christmas spices and dark chocolate unite in a deep, rich taste.
The mocha taste returns and tones out gradually
Further into our box this month;
x2 @doubledutchdrinks ginger beer
X1 @sekfordedrinks Sicilian Orange & Rosemary mixer
x1 Craft Rum Club bartender syrup courtesy of @witchkingsrum
x1 @_wellandtruly crunchies banging Barbecue snacks
#rumspiration_magazine ISSUE 023 (the only monthly Rum & Lifestyle Magazine in the UK) – featuring the rums of the month, recipes to inspire the homebartender, food corner, Soundsystem Culture featuring Rasta Queen and much more!
In June 1838, the Danish Government officially appointed Albert Heinrich Riise as the exclusive pharmacist for the island of Saint Thomas, in the Caribbean, and granted him monopoly status to produce alcohol in his pharmacy. Initially, Albert developed rum and bitters as medicine for stomach ills. However, his rum soon gained in popularity beyond its medical function, and in 1893 The A.H. Riise Company received its first international recognition at the World Exhibition in Chicago.
Today A.H. Riise is history distilled. In every bottle and every drop. Every bottle is a celebration of the accomplishments of the past – and a promise of new adventures.
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