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Can I Purchase Jamaican Rum Cream Online?


Question About: How to order Jamaican rum cream online

I want to know where I can order a case of Rum Cream. I use WRAY & NEPHEW 200 ML bottles. My family friends live in Mandeville, Manchester, but they don't know how to order online.

Answer by Wellesley

Hi there!

Thanks for asking!

I'll treat this response as the latest update to our original response post, that addressed the question of where sangsters rum cream can be purchased online.

The simple answer is no (in the US), certainly not at this time.

In fact, I just came off the phone with JWray and Nephew, the producer and supplier of the product, who indicated that not only do they not export Rum Creams to the USA, they don't have a facility for customers to order online at this time - whether for local consumption or other international countries.

According the the manager at the Export Division, they don't export to, nor has any distributor in the USA (for Rum Creams only) because the USA considers it a prohibited item.

If they attempt to send, the US will quarantine it. That is so, he said, because of its high allergen content.

US customers however, can purchase locally in Jamaica and take it with them in their luggage to the US, assuming it is not in bulk.

Persons in the Caribbean and UK are more in luck though as they currently have several partners/ distributors.

In Trinidad they have:
Allstons Marketing
Telephone: 868-671-2713

While in Barbados, they have:
Bryden Stokes Limited
Telephone: 246-431-2600

In the UK, they have:
Glen Grant Limited

Note also that Compari, the parent company of JWray and Nephew, based in Italy, does receive products, and they have the luxury to send/ ship to other places around the world, assuming it is not prohibited.

I hope that I have sufficiently answered your question.


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