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Captain Morgan - Black Label


70cl Bottle £18.48
In Stock

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

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Dark Rum

Nothing quite resembles the Captain as much as his Captain Morgan Dark Rum.

It’s rich just like the Captain after months at sea searching for buried treasure.

It’s smooth just like the Captain when he lands on shore looking for a good time.

And as is always the way with the Captain’s tipple it is perfectly balanced with a smoky finish.


Cocktail Shaker Boys 2009-09-18 13:30:36

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!

Elliot Barden 2008-08-05 17:19:35

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.

Joseph Baker 2005-09-27 23:28:53

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.