Fregatten Jylland is blended from a great variety of rum distillates – some of them up to 20 years old – and this method allows it to achieve an alcohol content of 45%.
Rum according to the old apothecary methods
It is the old apothecary methods, which are still used today that create the rum that A.H. Riise produces. The distillates were developed following trials using plants Riise had gathered from around the Danish West Indian Isles.
In the Danish West Indian Isles he also took an interest in Fregatten Jylland, which, in its prime, was a central part of the Danish war fleet. The campaigns in the West Indies and St. Thomas were part of the efforts to enforce Danish sovereignty, for which the sailors were rewarded with daily rations of A.H. Riise’s Navy Rum.
Even though Fregatten Jylland is now permanently docked, the chance to sample a rum from this important era should not be missed.
Volume: 37.5 cl
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