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Old Grog

The whole aesthetic and character of this premium sipping rum is a homage to the beginnings of the Carribean rum export trade. If the fact that the design of the packaging and bottle is complete with grand 17-18th Century-style ship wasn’t enough for you, then consider the unusual name, Old Grog.

It’s a name that has a significant historical precedent, referring back to an era when the finest examples of Grenada rum were not enjoyed locally, but instead were shipped directly to His Majesty George III of England. In order for The King’s Rum to be indisputably identifiable, its casks were marked with an an abbreviation for Georgius Rex Old Grenada - G.R.O.G.

Had Old Grog been available in that time period, it may well have been shipped out of Grenada to become the King’s Rum, as this five year aged rum, by renowned rum producers, Clarke's Court, is very popular and has received recognition for its quality consistently over the years. Among an array of awards and prizes, it has been previously claimed Gold at the World Spirits Awards in 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006 and 2005.

Old Grog

75cl, 40%

Old Grog takes it's name for from the rum shipped from Grenada to England for King George III. This rum was labelled Georgius Rex Old Grenada and the abbreviation was taken to name this golden rum.  More info

Old Grog

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