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Rum Flights

Bahama Bob’s Run $50

  • Angostura No. 1 (Trinidad):  Angostura No.1 Oloroso Sherry is a blend of an exquisite selection of our rarest rums, aged up to 22 years which was carefully selected by our Master Blender, this blend was then left to finish in specially chosen Oloroso Sherry Casks for 9 months.  

  • Plantation Trinidad (Trinidad):  This rum has been aged a minimum of nine years in used bourbon casks, and after this initial maturation, the rum was transported from Trinidad to France where it was finished for a short time in used Cognac casks to enhance the flavor.  It is a light and delicate rum with some Scotch notes.

  • Pampero Anniversario (Venezuela):  This is a striking blend of four to six year old rums.  Maturation in whiskey and bourbon barrels have lent this rum a concentrated, rich flavor while rendering it delightfully smooth.  It is a full-bodied rum with sweet notes and wonderful flavor.

  • El Dorado 15 year (Guyana):  Containing a blend of Demerara rums ranging in age from 15 to 25 years that are aged in oak casks.  A sweet, sugary entry is followed by flavors of vanilla and cocoa.  There’s a touch of dried cherries at the mid-palate and the finish is smokey and sweet, with a return of the vanilla flavor. 

  • Matusalem Gran Reserva 18 year (Dominican Republic):  The Gran Reserva 18 has a deep amber color, with an aroma of candied fruits and the slightest whisper of orange peel.  The flavor profile is marked by dried fruits, citrus peel, oak and the slightly nutty quality that characterizes most high-end rums from the Dominican Republic.

 

Anne’s Run  $25

  • Zaya (Trinidad & Tobago):  This rum is a blend of up to five rums, each aged for a minimum of 12 years in oak barrels.  Distilled five times and bottled at 80 proof, the resulting spirit is intense and intriguing.  Offering a nose of brown sugar but also the unexpected green tea, powerful vanilla extract, and coffee notes.

  • Ron Zacapa 23 (Guatemala):  After ageing in different casks, including robust bourbon, delicate sherry and Pedro Ximenez wine casks prior to bottling, Zacapa 23 is rested in re-charred white oak barrels to impart additional flavor from the wood.  Sweet and delicate with notes of wood, fruitiness, vanilla, almond, caramel, fudge and chocolate accentuated with hints of spice, honey and butterscotch.

  • Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva (Venezuela):  Within the blend are rums which are aged up to 12 years.  There is a nice underlying nuttiness of walnuts and hazelnuts, some sweet caramel and some very delicious spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar.  As the glass breathes, the richness of the rum builds offering more tastes of brown sugar and cinnamon with butter.  An overall favorite!

  • El Dorado 15 year (Guyana):  Containing a blend of Demerara rums ranging in age from 15 to 25 years that are aged in oak casks.  A sweet, sugary entry is followed by flavors of vanilla and cocoa.   

  • Ron Centenario 20 year (Costa Rica):  Distilled from Costa Rican sugar cane, the rum is aged in used bourbon barrels with 20 year old rums being the oldest part of the blend.  The first sip reveals the caramel, vanilla and cinnamon along with rich cocoa and coffee.  Additional sips reveal toasted almonds as the rum settles with a light, sweet finish.

Mindy’s Run $30

  • Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva (Venezuela):  Within the blend are rums which are aged up to 12 years.  There is a nice underlying nuttiness of walnuts and hazelnuts, some sweet caramel and some very delicious spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar.  As the glass breathes, the richness of the rum builds offering more tastes of brown sugar and cinnamon with butter.  An overall favorite!

  • Plantation 20th Anniversary XO (Barbados):  This rum is aged in bourbon barrels before being shipped to France for a secondary maturation in cognac casks.  It has a spicy, creamy palate entry, with notes of sweet vanilla, caramel and oaky spices.  The finish hints of caramel and toasted oak.

  • Barbancourt 15 year (Haiti):  The Barbancourt family used to keep this spectacular rum for themselves, but fortunately for us they began releasing small quantities in the 1960s.  Aged for 15 years, this sipping rum enchants with a full, rich palate brimming with pear and citrus flavors, warming spices and a little peppery kick.

  • Zaya (Trinidad & Tobago):  This rum is a blend of up to five rums, each aged for a minimum of 12 years in oak barrels.  Distilled five times and bottled at 80 proof, the resulting spirit is intense and intriguing.  Offering a nose of brown sugar but also the unexpected green tea, powerful vanilla extract, and coffee notes.

  • Old St., Pete (Florida):  A full, rich vanilla aroma with cinnamon, dried oranges, a touch of leather, honey sweetness and baking spices.  A round, complex, full-bodied rum with delicate sweetness, toffee, vanilla, raisins and a hint of smoke.

 

Pat’s Run $40

  • Pilar Dark (Florida):  Papa’s Pilar Dark Rum has a strong aroma of brown sugar and cinnamon.  The flavor is sweet initially, with lots of vanilla, caramel, and citrus followed by notes of cinnamon and anise.  It finishes on the dry side, medium-long with the influence of the sherry aging making itself known. 

  • Ron Centenario 20 year (Costa Rica):  Distilled from Costa Rican sugar cane, the rum is aged in used bourbon barrels with 20 year old rums being the oldest part of the blend.  The first sip reveals the caramel, vanilla and cinnamon along with rich cocoa and coffee.  Additional sips reveal toasted almonds as the rum settles with a light, sweet finish.

  • Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva (Venezuela):  Within the blend are rums which are aged up to 12 years.  There is a nice underlying nuttiness of walnuts and hazelnuts, some sweet caramel and some very delicious spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar.  As the glass breathes, the richness of the rum builds offering more tastes of brown sugar and cinnamon with butter.  An overall favorite!

  • Brugal 1888 (Dominican Republic):  A truly exceptional rum, produced in the Dominican Republic and combining the rich flavors of bourbon and sherry casks through a double-ageing process.  With notes of vanilla, red fruits and toffee intertwined with cocoa and natural oak spice Brugal 1888 is a wonderfully inviting spirit that is smooth, full of flavor and perfectly balanced.

  • Kirk & Sweeney Gran Reserva (Dominican Republic):  Well aged rum featuring vanilla, brown sugar, chocolate, coffee and baking spice with hints of leather and baked fruit.  The finish is a simple fade with lingering flavors of coffee and baking spices.

 

Q’s Run  $125

  • Ron Centenario 30 year (Costa Rica):  This is a blend of rums aged in white American oak for up to 30 years in a traditional solera system. Intensely aromatic, this rum is bold, creamy and silken. Hints of milk chocolate, bruleed pineapples, ripe mango, brown sugar, jasmine flowers, cappuccino, and leather. Slightly drier than Centenario 20, this luxurious rum is best enjoyed neat.

  • Don Pancho 18 year (Panama):  Aromas of honey, tea, soft cardamom and figs. A sweet luxurious initial entry on the palate turns to creamy vanilla, then dries to cola nut with some brown spice. Long rich oak finish reluctant to leave the palate.  The youngest rum in the blend has been aged for 18 years in selected American Oak Casks uncharred from Kentucky.

  • Diplomatico Ambassador (Venezuela):   An exquisite rum crafted from the distillery’s best rum reserves.  After a minimum of 12 years of ageing in white oak casks, until optimal maturity is achieved, the rums are aged for two additional years in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks, contributing to Ambassador’s complex sensory profile.  It is complex on the palate with cinnamon, nutmeg, and toasted oak notes leading onto a long, pleasing aftertaste. 

  • Dictador XO (Colombia):  Made from the fermentation of unique virgin sugar cane honey, then distilled in a modern stainless steel alembic.  It is then aged in pre-used quality oak barrels from Jerez and Port that now and again reburn to caramelize the interior to achieve sweet flavors coming from the oak.  In the mouth it is extremely smooth with a range of exquisite flavors starting with fudge, intense vanilla, parfait caramel, and Colombian coffee.

  • Four Square (Barbados):  Indelible is a blend of two distinct single blended rums, both 11 years of age. One aged 11 years, entirely in Ex-Bourbon Barrels, and a second, double-maturation, aged 5 years in Ex-Zinfandel then 6 additional years in Ex-Bourbon Barrels.

 

Neil’s Run $50 

  • Chairman’s Reserve 1931 (St. Lucia):  A seamless blend of Coffey and pot still rums aged from 6 to 11 years in Bourbon and Port casks.  Notes of honeyed raisins, oak, and crème caramel are followed by hints of leather, tobacco, and coffee bean. 

  • RL Seale (Barbados):  This rum was distilled from pot and column stills at the Foursquare Distillery and aged for a minimum of 12 years in the tropical climate before bottling with zero additives.   The palate pops with an  overripe fruit note, plus some secondary elements of nutty almonds, sesame seed, and a cream soda sweetness.

  • Dos Maderas 5+5 (Barbados):  A rum of Caribbean origin (Barbados and Guyana to be exact), which after first aging for five years in American oak casks in the Caribbean, is then transported to Spain to spend an additional five years in Spanish oak (sherry casks). This additional aging occurs in two stages. First the rum spends 3 years in Palo Cortado sherry casks, and then the rum spends the final two years of aging in Pedro Ximénez sherry casks.

  • Worthy Park (Jamaica):  A blend of rums aged in the tropics for 6-10 years in first fill American Oak and bottled at 90 proof. The flavors are complex with notes of peppercorns, allspice, raw honey, orange blossom, green olives and mango.

  • Smith & Cross (Jamaica):  A blend of two styles of pot-stilled rum, Plummer and Wedderburn, Its gold color implies more aging than you might expect – the oldest rum here is three years, and most is far younger.  The nose of this highly aromatic rum leads with overripe banana, followed by leather, spice and molasses.  The finish is more tobacco, spice, and citrusy grapefruit.e nose of this highly aromatic rum leads with overripe banana, followed by leather, spice, and molasses. Sipping yields additional fruity e toucetness.

 

Mark’s Run $40

  • Plantation 20th Anniversary XO (Barbados):  This rum is aged in bourbon barrels before being shipped to France for a secondary maturation in cognac casks.  It has a spicy, creamy palate entry, with notes of sweet vanilla, caramel and oaky spices.  The finish hints of caramel and toasted oak.

  •  Dos Maderas 5+5 (Barbados):  A rum of Caribbean origin (Barbados and Guyana to be exact), which after first aging for five years in American oak casks in the Caribbean, is then transported to Spain to spend an additional five years in Spanish oak (sherry casks). This additional aging occurs in two stages. First the rum spends 3 years in Palo Cortado sherry casks, and then the rum spends the final two years of aging in Pedro Ximénez sherry casks.

  • Zafra 21 year (Panama):  Adored for its cherry, oak, vanilla and caramel flavor notes, this rum is made from molasses and aged in American bourbon barrels for at least 21 years. 

  • Dictador 20 year (Colombia):  Solera-aged for a minimum of twenty years with aromas of caramel, vanilla and honey, which gives way to notes of roasted coffee, honeyed oak and smooth tobacco on the palate. Finish is round and elegant, with layers of dark chocolate, mellow leather and light smoke.

  • Bumbu (Barbados):  Adored for its banana, vanilla, chocolate and cinnamon flavor notes, this rum is carefully distilled in Barbados. The rum starts with sugarcane sourced from all over Latin America: Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guyana, and Honduras.  It is column-distilled and aged in first-fill Kentucky bourbon casks for up to 15 years. 

 

Nick’s Run $50

  • Dos Maderas 5+5 (Barbados):  A rum of Caribbean origin (Barbados and Guyana to be exact), which after first aging for five years in American oak casks in the Caribbean, is then transported to Spain to spend an additional five years in Spanish oak (sherry casks). This additional aging occurs in two stages. First the rum spends 3 years in Palo Cortado sherry casks, and then the rum spends the final two years of aging in Pedro Ximénez sherry casks.

  • Zafra 21 year (Panama):  Adored for its cherry, oak, vanilla and caramel flavor notes, this rum is made from molasses and aged in American bourbon barrels for at least 21 years. 

  • Ron Centenario 20 year (Costa Rica):  Distilled from Costa Rican sugar cane, the rum is aged in used bourbon barrels with 20 year old rums being the oldest part of the blend.  The first sip reveals the caramel, vanilla and cinnamon along with rich cocoa and coffee.  Additional sips reveal toasted almonds as the rum settles with a light, sweet finish.

  • Selva Rey Owner’s Reserve (Panama):  With rums aged between fifteen and twenty-five years, this rum has profound weight yet striking elegance. It opens with inviting aromas of caramelized brown sugar, pipe tobacco, Pedro Ximenez sherry, and orange peel, while finishing with endlessly silky notes of baked apple crumble and roasted Brazilian nut.

  • Rum Bar’s Pilar Sherry Cask (Florida):  Cask #2 of 15, blended and aged for the Rum Bar only.  Sourced from the Dominican Republic, Florida, Venezuela, Panama & Barbados, pot and column distilled, solera blended in bourbon barrels, port wine casks & Spanish sherry casks.  By building off the strong base flavors found in their dark rum and allowing additional time for the blended rums to meld together, this special release has developed a slight sweetness combined with a uniquely spicy finish, resulting in a smoothness and complexity second to none. 

 

Papa’s Pilar Rum Run (Florida) $30

  • Papa’s Pilar Blonde: Papa's Pilar Blonde is a beautiful pale golden rum with an extremely smooth and creamy texture. Enjoy neat, with Ginger beer for a boat drink or in a classic rum cocktail.

  • Papa’s Pilar Platinum Blonde: This limited edition rum is subtle and clean with notes of bright citrus and greenery that offers a balanced aroma similar to that of a traditional Cuban style rum. Notes of mango, citrus and vanilla combined with a buttery mouthfeel. Hints of banana complimented by oak.

  • Papa’s Pilar Dark: Inspired by Ernest Hemingway, this rum is sourced from hand-selected rums spanning the Caribbean, U.S. & Central America, it is solera blended in American Oak barrels, Port Wine casks, and Spanish Oloroso Sherry casks. Complex & bold flavor with a long finish.

  • Rum Bar’s Pilar Sherry Cask (Florida):  Cask #2 of 15, blended and aged for the Rum Bar only.  Sourced from the Dominican Republic, Florida, Venezuela, Panama & Barbados, pot and column distilled, solera blended in bourbon barrels, port wine casks & Spanish sherry casks.  By building off the strong base flavors found in their dark rum and allowing additional time for the blended rums to meld together, this special release has developed a slight sweetness combined with a uniquely spicy finish, resulting in a smoothness and complexity second to none. 

  • Papa’s Pilar Bourbon Barrel:   This bottling is a blend of column and pot still rums from the Caribbean, the US, and Central America. The rums have been solera aged in American oak ex-bourbon barrels, port wine, and sherry casks. After blending, the rum is then further aged in ex-bourbon to finish aging. A previous edition of this bottling was released at a lower proof, but this edition was bottled at 95 proof. 

 

Ron Abuelo Top Shelf Rum Run $60

  • Ron Abuelo 12 year (Panama):  A rum aged in whiskey barrels which adds a distinct vanilla sweetness. Aromas of caramel with tobacco, leather, and orange peel. Solid and viscous with good legs, the flavor is of rich spice cake and leather, with persimmon and honey. The finish is bold, complex, long lasting, and flavorful. 

  • Ron Abuelo 15 year Napoleon Cognac (France):  This has been finished in barrels which held Napoleon Cognac.  A dry rum with notes of dried fruit and coffee.

  • Ron Abuelo 15 year Oloroso Sherry (Spain):  This has been finished in oloroso-sherry casks resulting in notes of citrus, toasted almonds and smoked wood.

  • Ron Abuelo 15 year Tawny Port (Portugal):  Finished in tawny-port cases, this has notes of berries and excellent balance between sweetness and dried fruit flavors.

  • Ron Abuelo Centuria (Panama):  A special limited release from Abuelo, mining the depths of the family stocks to find a rum suitable for a big celebration – their 100th anniversary.  Molasses based rum aged 30 years in used whiskey and bourbon barrels.  Sweet aromas of oak, vanilla, spice, and dark fruit. Full bodied, extremely smooth and sweet with a long caramel oak finish.

 

ULTIMATE TOP SHELF RUN  $300

SELECT FIVE OF THESE FINE RUMS

  • Diplomatico Ambassador (Venezuela):

  • El Dorado 25 year (Guyana):

  • Dictador 2 Masters (Colombia):

  • Four Square (Barbados):

  • Mt Gay 1703 Masters (Barbados):

  • Carupano XO (Venezuela):

  • Selva Rey Owner’s Reserve (Panama):

 

Selections subject to change based upon availability.

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