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Port Mourant 1999 Rum Nation 21 Year Old Small Batch 50cl

Lot: 6024363

Port Mourant 1999 Rum Nation 21 Year Old Small Batch 50cl

Winning Bid: £131

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Uitvlugt
Age: 
21 Year Old
Vintage: 
1999
Region: 
Guyana
Bottler: 
Rum Nation
Cask Type: 
N/A
Bottled Strength: 
58%
Bottle Size: 
50cl
Distillery Status: 
Closed
Production method: 
double wooden pot still
Base: 
Guyana molasses
product Details

Port Mourant 1999 Rum Nation 21 Year Old Small Batch 50cl

Rum Nation was founded in 1999 by Fabio Rossi, CEO of Rossi & Rossi and modelled after his highly successful whisky bottling company, Wilson & Morgan. Since its inception it has earned a good reputation for producing some excellent quality and value drinking rums, especially at the premium end of the spectrum. 

This is a small batch rum distilled in 1999 on the famous Port Mourant still during its tenure at Uitvlugt.

Uitvlugt, pronounced [eye-flut] was located on the west bank of the Demerara river near the Dutch-established town of the same name. The distillery was established at the end of the 18th century and remained Dutch-owned until the government in Guyana began to nationalise and consolidate the country’s rum production in 1974. Thereafter it became part of the portfolio of Demerara Distillers Ltd (DDL), who closed it down at the end of 1999. Uitvlugt originally operated double wooden pot stills, however these were replaced by a four column French Savalle still in the early 1920s. A double wooden pot still was reinstalled in the 1950s however, moved there from the closed Port Mourant distillery. That still produced this rum. It is constructed from Greenheart wood, which is native to Guyana and is mostly used in boat-building due to its ability to remain strong while constantly wet. The wood is also well suited to distilling, stripping spirit of sulphites in the same manner that copper does. The Port Mourant and the Versailles single wooden pot still are the last of their kind still in operation. The Port Mourant still is so-called as it started life at the distillery of the same name, established in 1732. Its configuration produces a typically heavy bodied and oily distillate, generally credited with being one of the key components in the old Royal Navy blend. Port Mourant rums remain high in demand to this day, and the still remains in operation at Diamond, the last remaining distillery in the country.

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