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Pirate’s Grog launches 13YO Caribbean rum

Independent boutique rum company Pirate’s Grog in Hackney, London, has expanded its product range with a limited edition 13-year-old Caribbean rum. With just 777 bottles available, Pirate's Grog No.13 (40% ABV) from the island of Roatán off the coast of Honduras, is expected to sell out following an exclusivity period in Harvey Nichols store in Knightsbridge, London.

Pirate’s Grog original 5-year aged golden rum originates from Roatán, Honduras, and was introduced to the UK on-trade 18 months ago and later presented in a gift handcrafted wooden cask. Managing director, Gareth Noble, says: “We had a great 2015. Our customers have been hugely complementary about all our new products and we’re proud to be working with some of the UK’s biggest brands. With the launch of Pirate’s Grog No.13 this year we want to push the boundaries and capture people’s imaginations. Customers are searching for more unique and innovative products and we hope to be one of the companies they turn to for inspiration.”

Pirate’s Grog will be showcasing its product range using a pop up cocktail bar at UK festivals and events throughout the summer, including Taste of London Summer Edition, The Big Feastival, Foodies, Plymouth Flavourfest, Noisily Festival.

Pirate’s Grog is currently stocked in over 40 independent bars in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, York, Manchester, Norwich, Bristol, Devon and Cornwall.

3 March 2016 - Felicity Murray The Drinks Report, editor