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In 1990 they went to Scotland to visit distilleries, sample barrels and strike some commercial agreements: during some visits to whisky brokers’ warehouses, they started to notice several old barrels of British Guyana and Jamaican rums, stacked near the single malt ones. Coming from British colonies, these rums were sent to Scotland and England for aging (in a fresher and damper climate which allowed a more gradual maturation) and for blending into the so-called Navy Rums.