Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold 3L3L
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Sir Henry Morgan was a famous pirate who operated in the Caribbean in the 1600s, becoming one of the most successful pirates in history. He even served as the Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica. It only makes sense, then, that when Captain Morgan first began to produce its fine rum in Jamaica in 1944, it chose to name itself after this famous captain.
Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold is the flagship offering from this ever-popular brand. Starting with fine oak-aged Caribbean aged rum, this is mixed with a top-secret recipe of spices and natural flavours. While the collection of spices is a secret, the final result is not. This golden blend of quality rum with the warming kiss of perfectly married spices, oak, vanilla, brown sugar, and dried fruit all come together into a perfect whole that is loved around the world.
While the classic cocktail calls for Captain Morgan and coke, this spiced rum can also play a starring role in any rum-based cocktail, adding a bit of spice to the mix and kicking the flavour up a notch. Mojitos, daiquiris, and more can be improved with a touch of Captain Morgan. That is why this excellent three-litre bottle is a great way to make sure that the Captain will always be there when you need him.
Description of Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold 3L
Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold 3L
TASTING NOTES OF Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold 3L:
- Color: golden amber very bright.
- Flavour: a soft aroma rich in spices, roasted sweet milk, honey and toasted fine.
- Taste: medium bodied, natural vanilla, brown sugar, dried fruit, spices, wood, balanced, smooth finish.
PRODUCER: Captain Morgan Rum Distillers
PRODUCTION DETAILS: distilled three times column and matured in barrels of American white oak ex-bourbon.
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