The Bush Rum Co. Tropical Citrus Spiced Rum | Bursting With Natural Tropical & Citrus Fruits | 100% Recycled Bottle | 100% Recyclable Pack| 37.5% ABV 70cl
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Each product label will tell the story of the producer, two of whom will be Rootsman Murphy in Carr’s Bay and Uncle’s from Flemmings, Salem.
This is a really tasty rum and I love this new flavour of Tropical Citrus. It’s got a nice natural flavour – unlike others which taste synthetic. The sustainability story is a nice touch. Recommend this one. Put those two together. Mix in some family pride in having a better recipe than your neighbor. Throw in a dash of the mysterious for no one wanting to reveal their unique methods. Let that sit for entirely too long and you’ve got a recipe for an adventurous night on the town in Montserrat. Sometimes, knowing the dangers is no reason not to try something.Well what can I say. I love spiced rum and have tried lots, I was starting to think that Morgan spiced was the best of the bunch until I tried this one. Wow……. Amazing. Not so much a spiced rum but compared to other mango rums it’s in another league. I’ve just had it with cola and was blown away, even my wife liked it and she doesn’t like rum. Definitely up there with the greatest, my new favorite, you have to try it. RumFire offers some truly strange flavors to mixed results. The avocado was one of my least favorite. But I was surprised to really love flavors like chili pepper, garlic and the scariest-looking concoction—”Tobac Zombie”—a pitch-dark liquid that looked like it’d been soiled with cigar ash but had a slight buttery sweetness to balance any smoke. The beet was just kind of peculiar. Cane sugar just tasted like the base rum was turned up to 11. The ginger was as potent as many of the ginger-based candies found in the islands. The garlic tasted like you’d want a little piece of bread to dip in it. And the coffee was wonderfully potent enough to hint at Kandag’s Turkish heritage. Finally, in addition to the offerings at RumFire, I couldn’t leave the island without trying the infamous under-the-table rum, which, of course, smelled and tasted a lot like ganja.
Absolutely! It’s one of the many, many uncommon things to be found on the utterly uncommon island of Montserrat.
Mizer set a small plastic cup in front of me. Dave enthusiastically waved the cup offered to him away adding that he was running in the marathon the following morning. Mizer was shy
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That bar was Mizer’s Bar in Salem. It’s a small spot, just one room. When we arrived, two young Montserratians were circling a small pool table shooting a game in silence. Set against one wall a tiny TV on a shelf was blaring professional wrestling. Installed behind a small bar on the far side stood a large, imposing figure we’d soon learn was Mr. Mizer, himself. We mix Guyanan rum with exotic spices and tropical fruit to create a smooth spiced rum full of flavour. Bursting with sweet ginger, soft vanilla, toffee and warming spice, tastes great over ice or mixed with cola or ginger beer. Pure Caribbean Vibes!