Mermaid Spiced Rum 70cl

Trinidadian Rum • 70cl • 38%
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Mermaid Spiced Rum
In stock, get it Tue 23rd

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Country Trinidadian Rum
Distillery/Brand Isle of Wight Distillery
Style Spiced Rum

Mermaid Spiced Rum

Let Mermaid Spiced Rum from the Isle of Wight Distillery bring a splash of sunshine to your cocktails. Made with a blend of aged sugar cane and molasses rum from Trinidad and the Dominican Republic, and then infused with a whole host of botanicals on the Isle of Wight, including rock samphire, white cherry, apricot, honey, black salt, and warming spices.

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Reviews for Mermaid Spiced Rum
Sweet and Enjoyable
A little heavy on the cinnamon but certainly a drinkable sweet rum. Nice that it's 'B Corp' and i like the use of their local ingredients in the product.

If you can get it nearer the £30/35 mark then well worth a try but I think £40 is a push to be honest.
Derek E , United Kingdom
13 days ago
Mermaid Spiced Rum
A delightful spiced rum from the Isle of Wight distillery. A great addition to their range of spirits. Loverly and smooth either on it's own or with a mixer.
Steve Brightman , United Kingdom
3 months ago
My local got a bottle of this and I'm converted. I'd typically have kraken or Dead Man's Fingers and this quite different and very morish. Would probably appeal to people who aren't keen on vanilla, clove etc
Martin B , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Almost Average
As far as spiced rums go, it’s almost average to say the least. Whilst the bottle itself looks great, and the addition of local products is a nice touch, it’s just a bit of a let down that it’s someone else’s product that’s just been rebranded after the addition of the spices.

The taste itself is a quite sweet, and tastes like a budget drink that’s just been slapped together.

A bit of a shame, really.
Sean T , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Very morish
Tropical island blends carried on trade winds from the Caribbean to Isle Of Wight shores, infused on the island with local fresh white cherry, apricot, honey and black salt. Gently spiced with holy grass, cassia and vanilla. Very smooth yet complex. Well worth a drink! Enjoy.
Aaron , Australia
8 months ago