Dorchadas Amber Spiced Rum

£42.00
  • Dorchadas Amber Spiced Rum
  • Dorchadas Amber Spiced Rum

Dorchadas Amber Spiced Rum

£42.00

AVAILABILITY: 8 in stock

Spirit Rum
Style Amber Spiced
Where's it from? East Neuk, Fife, Scotland
Volume 70cl
ABV 41%
Garnish
Delicious neat but combines beautifully with fresh apple juice.

 

Experience the unique and harmonious blend of Dorchadas Amber Spiced Rum. Hand-selected flavours of sea-buckthorn, cocoa husks, grains of paradise, cassia-bark and cubeb come together in perfect balance to captivate your taste buds! 

About the Production

The reduction process incorporates water sourced from East Neuk Salt Co. - minimizing environmental impact. This dedication to sustainability reflects their ethos for creating premium spirits that not only taste exceptional but also contribute positively to the world in which we live.

The amber hue drawn from the coast grown Sea Buckthorn. Its bright, tangy notes infuse the rum with a refreshing and invigorating character, transporting you to the windswept shores of the East Neuk. The velvety richness of cocoa husks adds a delightful depth, while the grains of paradise, cassia bark, and cubeb make this a very compelling rum to be enjoyed both neat and mixed!

About the Producer

The creators of Dorchadas are Rory Hunter and David Taylor, both local to the beautiful East Neuk of Fife. As such they cherish the heritage of Fife and draw on it for inspiration. At East Neuk Spirit Co, they craft premium spirits that capture its essence and let you take a trip down memory lane with every sip. Their name and branding are inspired by the shadowy history of the east neuk -- the tales, caves, and hidden routes smugglers used to carry out their illicit deeds. Signs of their exploits can still be seen today, from the walls of old buildings to the beaches. Their families had a direct link to this shadowy past -- Rory's ancestor was a coastguard tasked with hunting smugglers. His flintlock pistol has been passed down through the generations and so their narrative was born.

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Michael Stott
Halfway between the Caribbean and Fife

To be honest I’d usually turn away from Rum not produced by a Caribbean or Southern American nation, but on a recommendation at Aitkens in Dundee I decided to try the leftfield approach.

What waited, and only lasted two sittings was an amazingly deep and layered Rum that would sit perfectly alongside any southern hemisphere rum.

Scottish rum is still a bit of a rarity, but from an avid rum fan I’d wholeheartedly recommend the leftfield, well done East Neuk Distillery for bringing a ray of Caribbean sunshine to Scotland.