Made The Old-School Way
The relationship between alcohol and sailors goers way back to the fact that water spoils on long voyagers and booze doesn’t. And so started the tradition of carrying rum on board ships. Back then, the rum was pretty harsh, so sailors improved in two ways - one was aging it, which sailors discovered tasting rum stored in wooden barrels. The other was to blend in spices from the ships gallery. This method was definitely faster and tasted pretty damn good.
Nose: Intense vanilla, dry buttery toffee, and subtle cinnamon notes.
Taste: Warm spices of cinnamon and nutmeg with rich vanilla. A long, dry finish, balanced with a subdued sweetness, a damn nice hint of toasted toffee.
Sailor Jerry family