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Lemon Hart Golden Jamaica Rum 73%

Lot: 6029470

Lemon Hart Golden Jamaica Rum 73%

Winning Bid: £38

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Diamond
Age: 
n/a
Vintage: 
N/A
Region: 
Guyana
Bottler: 
Lemon Hart & Son
Cask Type: 
N/A
Bottled Strength: 
73%
Bottle Size: 
75cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
Production method: 
N/A
Base: 
Guyana molasses
product Details

Lemon Hart Golden Jamaica Rum 73% 

An bottling of Lemon Hart overproof golden rum.

The Lemon Hart rum company was founded in 1804 by Lehmynn Hart, and was subsequently named official supplier of rum to the British Royal Navy.

The rum still exists today, bottled using rum sourced from Diamond distillery in Guyana. This however, is a blend of Jamaican rums.

Demerara Distillers Ltd (DDL) was created by the government in Guyana as it attempted to consolidate the nation’s rum production. This began in 1974 and culminated with the closure of Uitvlugt in 1999, with its stock and stills moved to Diamond. DDL create a wide range of rum there using distillate from various combinations of its stills, which include the pair of two-column English coffey stills, installed there in the 1950s and a rarely used high-ester John Dore pot still. These operate alongside the “Heritage Stills” acquired from Uitvlugt, which are Uitvlugt’s own historic four-column French Savalle stills, the Versailles and Port Mourant wooden pot stills, and the Enmore wooden coffey still, the oldest and last of its kind in the world.

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