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Puerto Rican Rum

Puerto Rican rums are light and oaky, very dry and distilled using column stills. They must, by law, be aged for at least one year, and three years in the case of dark rums.

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White Label white rum from the Ronrico brand, produced in Puerto Rico in the 1960s. The label has suffered a fair bit of damage, but this remains very collectible indeed.  More info
$223.08
A 1.75 litre bottling of Puerto Rican dark dry rum from Bacardi. It dates fromthe 1970s and has a built in pourer.  More info
$325.33
A gift pack including a 70cl bottle of Bacardi's popular 8 year old premium rum and two handsome tumblers.  More info
$53.59
Bacardi Anejo - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
Produced in Puerto Rico, this is a great old rum, and a rare bottling of Bacardi too, bottled in the 1970s.  More info
Bacardi Black - 1980s
(70cl, 37.50%)
A 1980s edition of Bacardi Black label, a Puerto Rican rum aged for up to four years and charcoal-filtered for additional smoothness.  More info
A 1980s bottling of Bacardi Carta Blanca. This is a full litre bottle of the classic white rum.  More info
A large, litre bottle of 1970s Bacardi Carta Blanca. Use this to make a perfect Daiquiri, or a crisp, refreshing Mojito…  More info
Bacardi Reserve
(75cl, 40%)
This is an old bottling of the Bacardi golden rum known as the Bacardi Reserve.  More info
$75.83
This is a 1980's bottling of Barcardi's golden rum. Barcardi fled Cuba when Fidel Castro wanted the distillery for himself, well you can't blame the guy...

N.B. Highball glass not included in box.  More info
$148.72
This white rum from Bacardi was bottled in the 1990s. Bacardi famously left Cuba following the rise of Fidel Castro and continued to produce rum from abroad.  More info
$111.54
This is a litre bottle of the famous white rum from Bacardi bottled back in the 1980s and is great for adding an antique twist to a cocktail or punch!  More info
$185.90
Bacardi 151 Rum - 1980s
(75cl, 75.50%)
This is a high-proof, "151" dark rum from Bacardi - the world's most famous spirit of its kind. This particular bottling was made in the 1980s and is thus rather rare.  More info
$92.95
A '90s bottling of Bacardi. Hawaiian shirts anyone?  More info
$74.36
Rum rum rum. Rum for my Tum. From the 1970s.  More info
$148.72
Bacardi Superior 1l - 1980s
(100cl, 37.50%)
A bottling of the ever-popular club standard, Bacardi Superior, that dates from the 1980s.  More info
$148.72
Ronrico Rum - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
This is a rare bottling of Puerto Rican rum from the 1970s, a period during which producers Ronrico enjoyed great success in exporting to the USA.  More info
$148.72
From the 1970s comes a bottle of Bacardi Carta de Oro Anejo, their golden rum that is mighty fine in a cocktail that desires a mellow but flavourful rum.  More info
$148.72
1.25 litres of Bacardi Carta Blanca which was distilled in the 1970s, a spirit collector's dream!  More info
$260.26
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