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Pirates Grog - Aged Honduran 5 Year Old Rum

Perfectly Smooth

70cl Bottle £27.49
In Stock

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

Country of Origin

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IWSC Awards Silver 2017

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  • Oak Cask TypeAmerican

Pirate's Grog is an exceptional rum that will blow wind into your sails!

The rum is aged in American oak, bourbon barrels for five years before being blended in small batches on the Caribbean island of Roatan (which is famed for its pirate history). This makes the rum perfectly smooth with rich flavours of vanilla, butterscotch and raisin. It's then hand bottled ready for distribution.

Pirate's Grog is the only rum exported out of Honduras, making this premium blend an asset to any collection.

1 Comment

george 2022-05-23 06:52:19

Pirates grog is NOT and NEVER has been made, distilled or anything for that matter in Honduras or Roatan as they continue to perpetuate this lie to unsuspecting customers... Don't be fooled this is B.S. basically they buy bulk sub par rum from mass producers in the UK or Holland or wherever in Europe (Not Honduras) and bottled, flavor the swill in the UK, do your research people, was recently in Roatan and the locals there had never heard of this lie... Cheers