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The Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L is the classic Caribbean rum that reflects the essence of Jamaican lands, their climate and landscapes. To produce it, the traditional method of the house is followed and what gives it its distinctive touch is the secret combination of spices and nuts. The final result is a unique rum, well matured and with the softness characteristic of a Morgan rum.
The Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L represents the legend of this characteristic Caribbean character, who was governor of Jamaica and spent his last years in the care of the sugar cane plantation. Then this crop would give rise to the exquisite rum of Captain Morgan.
Description of Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L
Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L
- Colour: Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L has a very distinctive dark brown colour with reddish reflections.
- Aroma: Rich bouquet, full of spicy aromas of vanilla, mint, dark caramel, cinnamon, clove, cherry cola, and hibiscus.
- Taste: Sweet on the palate, with notes of brown sugar, dried fruit, a touch of oak, and a spicy character. Bold and legendary, the finish is quite long with notes of smoky cask.
PRODUCER: Captain Morgan.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Crafted from the molasses of sugar cane grown in the Caribbean, this marvellous spiced rum is carefully fermented using selected yeast, and later distilled in liquid column stills. Double charred blackened oak barrels are used to mature the distillation product and concentrate the amazing flavours and spices and add a brush of dark to colour this spirit. Finally, in an artful manoeuvre, the finest selections of dark Caribbean rums are blended together to obtain this original expression. Strong yet smooth, Captain Morgan Black Spiced 1L unites the vast experience from all the journeys of Captain Henry Morgan in the large seas. Exotic spices and expert techniques combine to give birth to this creation, full of adventure, boldness, and mischief. Serve in a fine glass on the rock, and have a taste of the legendary flavour!
In 1654 a young Henry Morgan left his native Wales for the West Indies. He never looked back. A born leader, he quickly made Captain and became famous as a legal pirate or Buccaneer, defending British interests and generally rocking the Caribbean.More about the Winery