Lamb’s Navy Rum is seen in just about every Supermarket off-license, public house and Working Mens Club (WMC) the length and breadth of England (and quite possible Scotland and Wales too).
Originally created in 1849 from a blend of new fewer than 18 rums from Barbados, Trinidad, Jamaica and Guyana by Alfred Lamb. The rum has been available in the UK pretty much unbroken since 1872. The rum was originally stored in the famous West India Dock Warehouse just off the Thames. The rum was then aged for 4 years. For more information please see the Lamb’s Navy Rum site.