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Black Tot

Following Black Tot Day on 31st July 1970, when the Royal Navy issued the final daily rum ration or ‘tot’, the remaining Naval rum was stored in wicker-clad imperial stone flagons for nearly forty years. During this time it was largely forgotten about, periodically being accessed for state occasions and royal weddings. A fine rum of significant interest, possibly distilled as far back as the 1940s, sadly without any real purpose. In 2010 the surviving Naval rum finally became available as it was released by Speciality Drinks under the Black Tot brand.

Black Tot Rum

70cl, 46.2%

Black Tot takes inspiration from 300 years of Navy tradition! A blend of rums from Barbados, Jamaica and Guyana are featured here, with the complex spirit weighing in at 46.2% ABV. The rum is named…  More info

Black Tot Rum

Black Tot 40 Year Old

70cl, 44.2%

Following on from the Black Tot Last Consignment, this range continues to shine a spotlight on extraordinarily old rums with the Black Tot 40 Year Old. A Demerara rum distilled back in 1975 in…  More info

Black Tot 40 Year Old

Black Tot Last Consignment

70cl, 54.3%

Forty years after Black Tot Day in 1970, the day when the British Royal Navy's 300 year old practice of daily rum rations stopped, the Black Tot Last Consignment gives us insight into the history of…  More info

Black Tot Last Consignment

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