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Goslings Gold Seal Rum
This product is available in: CA, CT, DC, MN, NY, WA Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.Size750mL Proof80 (40% ABV)
This product is available in: CA, CT, DC, MN, NY, WA Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.
About Goslings Gold Seal RumThe story of Goslings Rum is a serendipitous one, dating as far back as 1806, when James Gosling ventured out to sea at the request of his father. Gosling was heading towards Virginia, equipped with wines and spirits worth 10,000 pounds Sterling. 91 days into the trip the charter on the ship Mercury ran out, forcing Gosling to settle in Bermuda. Eventually, he decided to open a wine and spirits shop on the island. The rest, as they say, is history.
Upon his return to England in 1824 James Gosling opened a shop with his brother Ambrose, which has been in the Gosling family ever since. Their first rum, the Black Seal, was produced nearly half a century later in 1863. Produced in Bermuda, the Black Seal is synonymous with the island. Today, the family business is in the 7th generation of Goslings, who continue to lead the company as the largest exporter of any Bermuda-made consumable product. Goslings is also the only company that blends and bottles on the island.
Goslings claim to fame was their dark rum, the flagship Black Seal Rum. The Gold Seal Rum is an entirely different beast. Their first new product in more than 100 years, it's an amber rum that is the result of years of experimenting. It's a blend of pot-still and continuous-still rums that are aged in ex-bourbon American oak barrels for 3 to 5 years, before being bottled at 80 proof. Smooth and versatile, it's great as a shot, on the rocks, or in classic cocktails.
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Rum history allegedly started in the Carribiens in the 17th century when they started to ferment and distill molasses, a byproduct of sugar production. Most of the Rum is aged in oak or ex-wine casks, giving its color and flavor.
We distinguish between 4 different Rum categories, where white or unaged rum is mainly used in cocktails, while dark, spiced, and añejo (aged) rum are mostly enjoyed neat.