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Peggy Rum – 700ml Bottle with Optional Gift Bag

£35.00£37.00

Peggy Rum – 700ml Bottle with Optional Gift Bag

Available to purchase online and collect from the Manx Museum Gallery Shop ONLY, Monday to Saturday. Manx National Heritage is selling Peggy Rum on behalf of the licensee of The Bay Room Café, located at the Manx Museum. Please remember to bring Proof of Age Photographic ID when collecting your order.

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Peggy Rum – 700ml Bottle with Optional Gift Bag

The Isle of Man is rich in romantic fables, yet none of them capture the imagination quite like The Peggy.

Inspired by the story of The Peggy, an 18th-century schooner-rigged boat, Peggy Rum is the culmination of 10 months’ work. Refined by an award-winning distiller, this dark rum is currently produced in Bude, Cornwall in small batches exclusively for Far Shore Merchants of Castletown, Isle of Man.

Their master distillers have hand-picked the finest ingredients to produce a rum as exceptional in flavour as it is in heritage. Dark and rich chocolate molasses and coffee infused with dark oak, caramel and a hint of liquorice and marzipan complement a full-bodied palate of baked apple, treacle and dried fruit for a smooth, rich finish with a subtle hint of spice.

This 700ml version of Peggy Rum can be purchased either on its own or with a specially made hessian gift bag.

 

Size: 700ml Bottle

Alcohol Content: 40%

Age restriction: To be sold to customers aged 18 years and over only

Available to purchase online and collect from the Manx Museum Gallery Shop ONLY – Monday to Saturday. Manx National Heritage is selling Peggy Rum on behalf of the licensee of The Bay Room Café, located at the Manx Museum, Douglas, Isle of Man. Please note that we are unable to arrange Sunday collections of orders.

 

Please drink responsibly. It is safest not to drink alcohol when pregnant. The UK Chief medical officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units of alcohol per week.

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