Pusser's Rum

For more than three centuries, the daily ration of Pusser's Navy Rum brought cheer to British sailors the world over.

Pusser's rum was first introduced for crews working in the tropics (where traditional English ale spoilt rapidly) in 1655, but soon became standard issue across the fleet. The daily ration of rum was controlled by the purser (or pusser, hence the name) and only ceased in 1970 when the navy decided alcohol should be made available on a normal social basis.

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Pussers Rum is sipping rum, which, of course, may also be mixed. Its full mellow flavour comes through anything you might mix it with. Today the blend is still the same as the Admiralty’s specifications from 1810 and is a 100% natural using no flavouring agent. Either neat or mixed, you will notice and enjoy the full, rich flavour of Pusser's rum. It is said by connoisseurs to be more like a fine brandy than rum, with a full, rich flavour and a smoothness which are unsurpassed.

In 2001, Pusser's was awarded the "Gold Medal - World's Premier Dark Rum" at the International Wine & Spirits Festival. In 2003, Pusser's Rum won a "Double Gold Medal" at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and a Gold Medal at the same festival in 2005.

Taste history with Pusser’s Rums which are now available today from Nauticalia and would make the perfect gift for the adventurer in your life.

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