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Captain Morgan Rum Spiced 100@

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Captain Morgan Rum Spiced 100@ 1.75l

Captain Morgan Rum Spiced 100@

Legend has it, the pirates of old stored their high proof rum in charred oak casks in order to give it a smooth mellow taste. Today this tradition lives on in Captain Morgan AR Black Caska" 100 Proof Spiced Rum, a secret blend of Caribbean rums and select spices which brings out the intensity of rum in all its original full-flavored glory.

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 Rum Spiced 100@
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
Legend has it, the pirates of old stored their high proof rum in charred oak casks in order to give it a smooth mellow taste. Today this tradition lives on in Captain Morgan AR Black Caska" 100 Proof Spiced Rum, a secret blend of Caribbean rums and select spices which brings out the intensity of rum in all its original full-flavored glory.
 

Notes on the Captain Morgan Rum Spiced 100@ 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.