Wray And Nephew White Rum

As You may have seen in my videos I feature Wray And Nephew white overproof Rum recipes so i think it only fair for you to have the same experience no matter which part of globe you may be, so with the help of amazon you can choose to your hearts content from all that’s on offer.
Enjoy a little Jamaica at home.


Wray And Nephew Is an integral part of Jamaican Culture and tradition on the island 90% of the rum is consumed on the island, so lissen up world it’s more than time for you to experience the taste of of this 126 proof Jamaican rum.
No matter where you are in the world you can have if delivered to you door step via Amazon.

This rum is made from molasses via sugarcane juice and then aged in oak barrels. Which in turn creates a fruity natural aroma with tone of molasses.
Wray and Nephew Overproof white Rum is full of distinct flavor and vibrant charcter. Just from the aroma alone you can tell it’s a special rum, And it’s the worlds top selling overproof rum.
Wray and Nephew is usually used in cocktails and is a favorite for soft rum punch to add a little flavor for the family to quench on withot the need to get intoxicated.


This is a very potent spirit indeed for all connoisseur with that special heart however there some special moments when your island will be turned upside down…


Enjoy.
John’s Kitchen


Just a few questions and answers

Overproof Rum.
Generally speaking, overproof rums are those with an alcohol content of greater than 57.5%, though most are bottled and labelled as ‘151’, meaning an alcohol content of a eye-watering 75.5%.

Sugarcane Rum is a distilled alcoholic drink made from sugarcane byproducts, such as molasses, or directly from sugarcane juice, by a process of fermentation and distillation. The distillate, a clear liquid, is then usually aged in oak barrels.
Cane Grinding and Cane Boil. … Throughout Jamaica and Florida people used to grow sugarcane, harvested the stalks in the fall, squeezed the stalks into juice and then boiled the juice into sweet syrup they sprinkled into coffee or over pancakes or even meat. A cane grinding was also a social gathering in Florida.
largest stock of aged rum in the Caribbean which can help with adding flavor to health recipes without getting intoxicated, however if you want its at your own peril… Just a little note from the author John Mullings.