Clarkes Court - #37 - Rum 70cl Bottle

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Clarkes Court - #37
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70cl Bottle
£49.40
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The Clarke's Court distillery has many years of experience in producing and blending rum.

#37 is a very special blend, originally aged in oak barrels for 8 years, then blended and returned to the barrel for a second maturation.

This double maturation is responsible for its exceptional smoothness and rich exotic fruity flavour. So smooth it can be enjoyed neat, 'on the rocks', or with a dash of soda or coconut water.



Category(s):     Rum
Group(s):     Gold Rum
Producer: Clarkes Rum
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Clarkes Rum
Country of Origin:   Grenada

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Producer Information

The distillery at Clarke's Court has been in operation since 1937, and is the largest distiller in Grenada. It is situated in the southern part of the island in Woodlands Valley, in the parish of St George's.
Old Grog dates back to the earliest early days of rum, when the finest of Grenada's rum was shipped to the navy of George III. In order to identify the King's rum, the casks were marked G.R.OG., which is the abbreviation for Georgius Rex Old Grenada. Old Grog rum maintains Grenada's tradition of producing the finest blend rums. It is an aged spirit that is copper-gold in colour, medium bodied, with a tropical fruit and spice flavour, and oak elements that linger on smoothly.
The tiny island of Grenada produces a significant proportion of the world's cloves, mace and cinnamon, but especially nutmeg, which even features on the island's flag. This locally grown bounty forms the basis of Clarke's Island of Spice.

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