Captain Morgan - Black Label - Umistakeable 70cl Bottle

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Captain Morgan - Black Label
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70cl Bottle
£18.22
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Description:
Captain Morgan Black Label rum offers a unique depth of taste recalling the navy rum rations which were the choice of swashbuckling adventurers and connoisseurs alike.

Its dark, full-bodied colour and distinctive rich, smooth taste are unmistakable.



Category(s):     Rum
Group(s):     ,   Navy Rum
Producer: Captain Morgan   -   www.rum.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Captain Morgan
Country of Origin:   Jamaica
Rum Style:   Gold

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3 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Fri, 18 Sep 2009
Author:
Review: Like the other reviewers I tend not to drink this on it's own. However add it to Coke and you have a much better, fuller flavoured drink than a simple Bacardi and Coke. If you're never tried this alternative - give it a go, and then tell me Bacardi and Coke is better!

Date of Review: Tue, 05 Aug 2008
Author:
Review: I agree with the other reviewer - it's not horrible but really it should only be treated as a pub mixing rum or something to put in cocktails and to cook with. All in all a fairly decent bottom of the range rum.

Date of Review: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
Author:
Review: If you want a dark rum and coke like they serve in the pub, this is for you. Not really worth drinking on its own, though.

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Producer Information

He was Captain Henry Morgan, one of the 17th Century's most daring and successful buccaneers, admired throughout Caribbean waters - a legend in his own lifetime...
Born in Wales in 1635, he sought thrills and fortune in the New World.Throughout the Caribbean, from Curacao to Panama City to Jamaica and beyond, his adventures as a buccaneer are legendary.
He became one of Britain's most successful military strategists and an inspirational leader. He gained the loyalty of unruly buccaneers who followed him without question, and won the respect of nobles and heads of state. In 1674, a grateful King Charles II rewarded Captain Morgan for his devoted service to England with a knighthood, and Sir Henry Morgan served as Governor of Jamaica in 1680. Renowned for his sociability and generosity, he became a celebrity in the rum shops and taverns of Port Royal until his passing. Honored with a state funeral, he was laid to rest on August 25th, 1688... yet his Legend lives on!
Captain Morgan's passion for fun and adventure was legendary, and it was shared by his men, who worked hard but also knew how to have a good time. The Captain pioneered the role of the rum ration on his ship, decades before it became the official drink of the Royal Navy.
As a businessman and Governor, Henry Morgan was no doubt well familiar with the booming Jamaican rum trade, so it is no surprise that a brand was created that bore his name...
The original Captain Morgan rum would have been produced on traditional pot stills. Enjoyed by swashbuckling buccaneers and other characters of adventurous temperament, traditional dark rums were generally consumed straight or with lime juice. This tradition has survived to this day through Captain Morgan Black Label Rum.
In the early 1950s, the brand responded to changing consumer tastes and the popularity of Cuba Libre (rum and cola) by introducing a White Rum version - the first line extension.
Over the years, Captain Morgan rums have sold very well in the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa and over 30 other countries, but before 1984, the Captain Morgan name meant very little in the United States.
Then The Captain launched his Original Spiced Rum and the world of rum has never been the same...

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