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Elements Eight rums are quite visible in the UK marketplace. Several more upmarket department stores stock the brand and it can be found in many style and cocktail bars.
Presentation wise that’s not really surprising as the tall square, high shouldered bottles are very pleasing on the eye. They are however less pleasing on the shelves. You will find they are a lot taller than most spirits bottles – which can make them a bit of a pain to store. So it’s probably just as well that they have recently re-launched their rums with new packaging. They have also decided to drop this offering.
Fate is a funny thing and certainly not something anyone should take for granted. As a rum blogger (I hate that term) based in the North East of England rum “events” don’t come along very often.
I had originally planned to make my first public appearance as “thefatrumpirate” back in October 2015 at the London Rumfest. However the news that I was to become a father meant such shenanigans were put on hold.
1931 4th Edition is the latest release in the series from St Lucia Distillers. Originally produced to commemorate 80 years of the Dennery Distillery we are now celebrating 83 years of rum production at the distillery.
Released in the UK shortly before Christmas 2015 this is batch 04, bottle 5806 which was bottled on the 8th December 2014. In the UK a bottle of this rum will set you back around £60 it is a 70cl bottle and the ABV is 43% which as the bottle kindly points out adds upto 30 UK units of alcohol.
This April, UK distributor Emporia Brands have put together a calendar of events involving its award-winning St Lucia Distillers range.
Brand Ambassador Dave Marsland will be touring four Northern cities as he brings together the Chairman’s Reserve range, which includes Gold, Spiced, White Label and Forgotten Cask, the Admiral Rodney, and the latest edition of 1931, the 4th release.
1931 from St Lucia Distillers. This turquoise coloured offering is the 3rd edition in the series.
Originally released to commemorate 80 years of rum production by St Lucia Distillers this rum or to be more accurate these rums – as they are all entirely different blends have become something of a flagship rum for St Lucia Distillers.
Berry’s Bros & Rudd (BBR for short) is London’s oldest and one of its most respected wine and spirits merchants. They have traded from the same shop in St James Street since 1698.
They hold two warrants to supply wines and spirits to the Prince of Wales and the Queen! So if I don’t give this bottle of rum a good review I might end up in the tower….
This is the 81st anniversary edition of the 1931. Following up from 2011’s original edition. St Lucia Distillers are perhaps most famous for their Chairman’s Reserve and Admiral Rodney rums.
Domestically their Bounty rum is very popular, though strangely not widely available outside the Caribbean. It is available in the US under the Denros brand.
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