World's most awarded rum comes to Imbibe Live



26 June 2019

Neptune Rum Barbados Gold...

Neptune Rum is distilled and aged at the celebrated family-owned Foursquare Rum Distillery set within a former 17th century sugarcane plantation at the southern end of the island of Barbados. The original Distil House at the Foursquare Rum Distillery dates back to 1737. Neptune Rum is produced within the old sugarcane factory where a mix of pot and column stills creates a unique range of superb Barbados rums.

A beautifully smooth pot and column stilled rum that’s been lovingly aged in American bourbon oak casks for a minimum of 8,5, and 3 years. A single blend, its smooth pepper warmth instantly blends to the perfect balance of ripe banana and fruits followed by vanilla, pastry, and warm spice to find a sublime partnership. Neptune Rum is a unique blend that is imported directly from Barbados then diluted with super soft spring water to the required alcohol volumes (40%) before being bottled and distributed in the UK.

We recommend first trying Neptune neat, then over ice to alter the taste profile and then its time to have fun!

Cocktails: Neptune won best Rum Old Fashioned at Imbibe taste test, makes great Daquiri’s, Mojitos, our house twist on a favourite a Neptune Expresso Martini and of course goes well with traditional mixers such as a Rum n ginger or Rum n coke from our Spirits partners Fever Tree!

Neptune Rum was Worlds Most awarded rum of 2018 with over 45 awards (now over 50) and we won Best British Rum Brand of 2018.

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