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Pusser's 'Gunpowder Proof' Black Label

(70cl, 54.5%)

Pusser's 'Gunpowder Proof' Black Label

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Pusser's Gunpowder Proof Bottling Note

Pusser's 'Gunpowder Proof' Black Label (previously known as Blue Label) is a higher proof traditional British Naval rum, produced using the blending recipe from the Admiralty. Well loved, it picked up a Trophy at the International Spirits Challenge 2016.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is full of dried fruits, dates, prunes, slightly overripe figs. The palate is very sweet, plenty of dark, syrupy, stewed fruits. An interesting pot still character with a pleasant muddiness. Full-bodied. The finish is incredibly long and dark.

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Pusser's 'Gunpowder Proof' Black Label Reviews

The Real Deal

THE creme de la creme of all things Rum! From memory it tastes just like the old Royal Naval "TOT" (its supposed to) that I was brought up on in the 60's before it was stopped - As has been said before "I'll be back!"

17th May 2022

Go on you know you want too!

If you wonder what all the noise is about the old Royal Navy tot and wish to see what it tasted like try this one - the nearest rum I've found to the real thing that I drank daily back in my Royal Navy days! Up to the proper strength too, pity about the measure but that is your choice! It should be 1/2 a gill - go on you know you want too - just one warning once tried you won't want to go back to any other rum!

18th April 2022

A bit harsh

I’m new to rum, and I’ve enjoyed spiced, flavoured and plain rums. I think the pineapple grenade was my favourite. I found Pussers gunpowder proof rum quite harsh and I probably won’t buy it again. Mind you if a man in a uniform gave me a navy ration I’d drink it.

7th April 2022

Loved it

Nice and smooth

13th March 2022


My dad ex R.N ...HMS Fleetwood always swore Pusser's was the nearest to the grog served up, and told me of Sippers & Gulpers with difference by his shipmates 1940 - 46...

20th November 2021

The most perfect Rum

An absolutely beautiful rum. Pity I'm a pensioner on a very limited income now!!

17th November 2021

Rum as it should be

I'm primarily a malt drinker but find i'm making more and more forays into rum these days, not only for the taste but because of value. I drink it neat so can't say what it's like in cocktails, but if you want a traditional navy rum at a good abv then there's no better than this.

5th July 2021

Perfect, best Rum I've ever had.

I'm a whisky drinker but got to say this Rum is as complex and pleasing as whisky I've had. Strong, intense, full bodied..... yet sweet fruity and smooth! With a warm afterburn... drink it neat with ice or mix and you will not be disappointed 10/10

19th June 2021

Tot time ...

Takes me back to my days in the Royal Navy.

19th June 2021


Got a taste that goes right down to ya boots.

16th May 2021

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