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Lamb’s Navy Rum is a blend of Caribbean rums that are aged four years in whiskey and bourbon barrels.
The original Lamb's Navy rum recipe, created by Alfred Lamb, blended 18 different rums sourced from Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados and Guyana. Lamb began blending the rums in England in 1859 and references the British Royal Navy in its name.
Lamb’s Genuine Dark Navy Rum is pleasant but not overwhelming. It has a slight bite but finishes sweet .It is a Classic Navy style rum good for both sipping and mixing with your favorite cola .The price is affordable. The label is awesome displaying the Royal Navy ensign. If you have a collection of rums then this must be a part of it.
A pretty standard dark rum. Easily drinkable neat (if you like dark rum), but better off mixing with coke and lime.
For a popular navy rum it's not that amazing. It is definitely missing the navy strength punch to it. Just needs more!
This is a dark classic but pretty hard to swallow. Meant for hard drinking sailors who've burned their tastebuds off. It's okay in coke. Very distinctive flavour.
My father used to drink this, I think because it was cheap.
It left me disappointed. It's like the cheap vodka of rum - burns and lacks in character.
This one belongs in the Dr Pepper.
I'd only buy it again if deeply discounted, and I was out of Screech.
Not one of my 'Go To' drinks and every time I end up drinking this, it always ends in a bad way. Only drunk when I meet up with any old Navy, or Army vets (Never the RAF) and we shoot the whole bottle. Sailers love it, I don't, but I respect it. Nice to have a new bottle hanging around in case anyone fancies it, but it'd stay that way for years, as nearly all my friends don't.
Rum tasting on a lovely summer's day started with Lamb's Navy. Pretty decent bottle and label design. Mahogany color. Strong Demerara mixed with Jamaican influence and plums. Harsh burn at the end. Not that good even as a mixer rum.
“Navy rum” conjures higher proof offerings to my mind, rightly or wrongly. So this one is a bit disappointing on that front. I suppose if you’re going to mix it with Coke or in some kind of punch it’s fine, but it certainly isn’t noteworthy in any way to me. Sweet, mellow, a bit of a roasted note but not much more.
"Steve Crotty via Rum & Reviews
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