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The James Gosling family business first produced Gosling Black Seal rum in 1806, and it is now the oldest surviving business on the island of Burmuda.
Gosling 'Black Seal' rum received it's name from the black wax originally used to seal the bottles. It is Bermuda's most widely exported product and considered the nation's national drink.
Tasty, but not quite great
Obviously everyone uses this for dark n' stormy's but I have had it in coke and neat. Like it in both ways. I keep it stocked on my shelf all the time.
We love this for a good dark & stormy, and as a milder float for other drinks (when you don't need to head to the 151 JUST yet...). So when you're throwing a party and making tropical drinks for people, there's always that ONE friend who "can't stand those fruity, sugary drinks!" you can pull this out, with some ginger beer, squeeze in a lime and make it their gateway to deliciousness...
First drink was on the rocks. Although it wasn't bad it wasn't good either. 2nd drink was a dark n stormy and it was pretty good even though im not big on ginger beer.
Nice smooth blackstrap rum, though it does taste a little plain. Great for mixing and decent for drinking neat. However, I would prefer kraken and Capt Morgan Black over this one for drinking neat. Nice overall (and nice to have on hand for variety).
"Goslings Black Seal rum review by The Ultimate Rum Guide"
"It’s initially sweet like liquorice, there is a little heat and spice in the mix and the finish is long and slightly bitter."
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