Is there a 50 year old rum?

Is there a 50 year old rum?

Released in 2012 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Jamaica’s Independence, this is a 50 year old Appleton Estate Jamaican rum. That’s right, 50 year old rum. As you can imagine, there’s really not much rum of this age around, and only 800 bottles of this special release were produced.

Is Appleton Estate good?

Appleton Estate 12 Year Old Rare Blend Pound for pound, this is one of the best rums in the world. Tropically aged for a minimum of 12 years, this rum does everything. You can sip it neat, on the rocks, with a mixer, or in a cocktail.

Who owns Appleton Estates?

Wray & Nephew
The Appleton Estate, the oldest sugar estate and distillery in Jamaica, has been in operation since at least 1749 and is now owned by Wray & Nephew.

How old is Appleton Estate Signature Blend?

4 years
Crafted with Jamaican limestone-filtered water and no added flavors, Appleton Estate Signature Blend is a delicious blend of pot and column still rums, aged for an average of 4 years.

How much percent alcohol is Appleton?

Appleton Estate Signature Blend Jamaica Rum ABV 40% 750 ML.

When did Campari buy Appleton?

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 – Kingston Jamaica: Capital investment in Jamaica by the Campari Group has reached J$14 billion and growing since the Group’s acquisition of J. Wray and Nephew Limited (JWN) in 2012….Documents.

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Does Campari own Appleton?

The Company owns three sugar estates – Appleton Estate, Holland Estate and New Yarmouth Estate – which account for approximately 63% of all spirits produced in Jamaica.

Is Appleton Estate rum?

The Appleton Estate, the oldest sugar estate and distillery in Jamaica, is the birthplace of Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. Since 1749, these premium, aged rums have been produced from meticulously cultivated sugar cane that is Estate-grown and harvested on the beautiful island of Jamaica.