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Golsings Black Rum


Golsings Black Rum

Over the years Black Seal Rum has become synonymous with Bermuda. It is an essential ingredient in Bermuda fish chowder, adds the island flavor to the Bermuda Rum Swizzle, and is the tempest in Bermuda's favorite cocktail, the "Dark 'n Stormy".

The history of Black Seal Rum® and the Gosling family began long ago. In the spring of 1806 James Gosling, the oldest son of William Gosling, wine and spirits merchant, set out from England on the ship, Mercury, with £10,000 of merchandise, bound for America...

After ninety-one desperate days on a becalmed sea their charter ran out, and they put in at the nearest port, St. George’s, Bermuda. Rather than pressing on for America, James opened a shop on the King’s Parade, St. George’s, in December 1806.

In 1824 James returned to England and his brother Ambrose rented a shop on Front Street in the new Capitol of Hamilton for £25 a year. The Gosling’s have maintained a store at this location for 127 years.

In 1857 the firm was renamed Gosling Brothers by Ambrose’s sons. Three years later the first oak barrels of rum distillate arrived in Bermuda. Three years later, after much trial and error, the distinctive Bermuda black rum destined to be Black Seal was formulated and offered for sale. They didn’t call it Black Seal at first. In fact, up until the First World War it was only sold from the barrel, and most folks brought in their own bottles for a “fill up”. Eventually the black rum was sold in champagne bottles, reclaimed from the British Officer’s Mess, and the corks sealed with black sealing wax.

Pretty soon people began to ask for the “Black Seal”. Many years later the idea of the little, barrel juggling “Black Seal” was born.

A family business for over two centuries Gosling’s is today the only company that blends and bottles in Bermuda, and is the largest exporter of a Bermuda made product.

Rum is fermented from naturally sweet molasses, a by-product of processing sugar cane. Yeasts ferment the water thinned molasses, which is converted directly into ethyl alcohol without creating the aldehydes and ketones that are found in grain fermentation. When rum is distilled, it produces 97.5% alcohol and 2.5% water.

Super-premium Gosling’s Black Seal Bermuda Rum is made from a Gosling’s family recipe dating back nearly two centuries and comprises of independently aged distillates aged in once-used, charred, American oak bourbon casks. The smooth, full flavor is the result of a careful blend of aged pot and continuous still distillates. One imparts flavor; the other a subtle elegance.

  • Goslings Black Seal Rum
    Item no.: 22227865407-17
    Distillery: Gosling´s Black Seal Age: NA Type: Bermuda Rum Alc. strength: 40% 70 cl. Other: The original rum for Dark N Stormy
    • 1pcs.
  • Gosling's Family Reserve Old Rum Bermuda 40 % alcohol and 70 centiliters
    Item no.: 22227865479-1106-19588
    Gosling's Family Reserve Bermuda Rum 40%

    Gosling's Family Reserve Old Rum is made from the same incomparable base of Bermuda rums as its little brother Gosling's Black Seal

    , but matured in dark casks with significantly longer barrel aging, resulting in an extra juicy, flavorful and complex premium rum.

    However, it is matured in dark casks and with a significantly longer barrel aging, resulting in an extra juicy, flavorful and complex Premium rum that makes it a perfect sipping



    Every bottle of Gosling's Family Reserve Old Rum is handcrafted, dipped in wax and with a beautiful result, it runs down the bottle. -

    Distillery: Gosling's
    - Name: Family Reserve Old Rum
    - Age: NA
    - Country: Bermuda
    - Type: Bermuda Rum
    - Alc. strength: 40%
    - 70 cl.
    - Other: The new edition.
    • 1pcs.