Goslings - Mason Jar


Goslings - Mason Jar
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Simply add ice cubes to your Mason Jar, pour in the ginger beer, then add 50ml of Gosling's Black Seal Rum, which settles on the top like a Dark 'n Stormy cloud.

Add a squeeze of lime and drop in the lime wedge (optional).

Sip and enjoy!

The Dark 'n Stormy was discovered by the British Navy in Bermuda over 100 years ago, who made their own ginger beer and wanted to "Spice" things up a little by adding the local Gosling's Rum.

The drink took its name from the colour of a cloud that a mad sailor would dare sail under. This cocktail has since been trademarked which is unheard of in modern times.

In the old days they would mix up a Dark 'n Stormy in whatever container they could find, most often an old jam jar and for the legions of Dark 'n Stormy fans out there we are now offering you the opportunity to recreate that in your own home.

Category(s):     Glassware

Producer: Goslings   -   www.goslingsrum.com
Brand:   Goslings
Care Tips:   Dishwasher Safe
Glass Type:   Mason Jar


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Producer Information

Gosling Brothers Ltd. imported its first barrels of Caribbean rum into Bermuda in 1860. Numerous different blends were tried until one was formulated and deemed ideal.
The result was a well-aged, extremely dark rum, which the firm dubbed "Old-Rum". For over 50 years the rum was sold only by draught, with local patrons bring in their own bottles to be filled. The rum continued to be sold exclusively out of the barrel until the First World War, when the company began filling champagne bottles reclaimed from the British Officer's mess. The corks were secured in place with the use of black sealing wax, prompting people to refer to the brand as "Black Seal."
It wasn't until many years later that Gosling Brothers adopted the image of the barrel juggling "black seal" on its labels. To this day, Gosling's Black Seal Rum is created according to the original family recipe from a premium blend of three-year old rums.

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