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Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Rum Pineapple

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Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Rum Pineapple 1.75l

Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Rum Pineapple

Captain Morgana s Parrot Bay flavored rums capture the real island flavor. In fact, based on a national taste test two out of three consumers prefer the fruit flavor of Captain Morgana s Parrot Bay Pineapple rum over Malibu. Mix any Parrot Bay flavor with your favorite juice or soda to make amazing tropical drinks.

In 1654 a young Henry Morgan left his native Wales for the West Indies. He never looked back. A born leader, he quickly made became Captain Henry Morgan and became famous as a legal pirate or Buccaneer, defending British interests and generally rocking the Caribbean.

Captain Morgan’s awesome exploits on the high seas earned him a knighthood and by 1680 Sir Henry Morgan was a plantation owner and Governor of Jamaica. There he lived out his final days until his death in 1688.

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Diageo Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Rum Pineapple
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
Captain Morgana s Parrot Bay flavored rums capture the real island flavor. In fact, based on a national taste test two out of three consumers prefer the fruit flavor of Captain Morgana s Parrot Bay Pineapple rum over Malibu. Mix any Parrot Bay flavor with your favorite juice or soda to make amazing tropical drinks.
 

Notes on the Captain Morgan Parrot Bay Rum Pineapple 1.75L

Technical Notes In 1654 a young Henry Morgan left his native Wales for the West Indies. He never looked back. A born leader, he quickly made became Captain Henry Morgan and became famous as a legal pirate or Buccaneer, defending British interests and generally rocking the Caribbean.

Captain Morgan’s awesome exploits on the high seas earned him a knighthood and by 1680 Sir Henry Morgan was a plantation owner and Governor of Jamaica. There he lived out his final days until his death in 1688.