Goslings Rum Distillery

The story of Gosling's rum involves some tremendous fortitude, for it all started in 1806 when James Gosling embarked on a voyage for America with £10,000 worth of goods for sale. Due to the weather conditions, the ship was unable to complete the journey and instead was forced to dock at the nearest port at the north of Bermuda. Once there, Gosling founded a shop in St George's and didn't return to England until 1824. When he did, he set up a shop with his brother Ambrose, and they began selling delicious rum brought back from Bermuda. These were bottled in old Champagne bottles to keep costs to a minimum, with each bottle dipped in black wax, thus the brand's renowned Black Seal rum was born...

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Gosling's Black Seal
(70cl, 40%)
This fine dark rum was awarded a whopping 96 points at the World Spirits Championship, and not without good reason. Gosling's Black Seal is a tasty Bermuda rum named for the black sealing wax around...  More info
£19.97
Despite weighing in at a hefty 151 proof (75.5% ABV), Gosling’s Black Seal 151 is a surprisingly smooth, tasty rum. The Black Seal in the name is actually a reference to the traditional black wax in...  More info
£31.27
Gosling's excellent Family Reserve is a flagship for the brand made with the very best aged rums from Bermuda. It was awarded a Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and each...  More info
£44.05
All the way from Bermuda, Gosling's produce a superb rum. This 5 year old is produced by blending both pot still and continuous still spirit distilled on the island, and the result garnered the...  More info
£19.55

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