One of the oldest and most iconic rum producers in the world is celebrating its 250th anniversary.
In order to truly and appropriately celebrate this monumental year, SAINT JAMES has specially created a commemorative bottling aptly named SAINT JAMES Cuvée 1765, which is blended with the original 1765 style in mind. This rich amber colored liquid holds sweet butterscotch notes with balancing spices to finish. Overall, Cuvée 1765 is an incredibly smooth and clean experience that will rock your taste buds. Sip on the history that built this rum empire and appreciate the minute flavor differences sugarcane brings to the table.
ABOUT SAINT JAMES
Saint James Rum was founded in Saint-Pierre de la Martinique in 1765, at the hands of Reverend Father Edmund Lefebure who also happened to be a rather skilled alchemist. The priest crafted a cane spirit, and began shipping the rum to British colonies in North America. He named the rum Saint Jacques as a tribute to Jacques Dyel, which later became known as Saint James in order to sound more familiar to English speakers.