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Sangster's Liqueur - Where can I purchase it online?

by Duane Schroeder
(Minnetonka, MN USA)

Sangster's Liqueur (Flickr)

Sangster's Liqueur (Flickr)

QUESTION: I have been visiting Jamaica yearly since 1963 and feel in love with Sangster's World's End Wild Orange Liqueur.

Do you have any idea of where I might purchase a couple of cases of it, here in the states or have shipped in?

ANSWER: by Devin, December 31, 2012

Hi Duane,
The search for your age-old liqueur took us on a long journey, which, although not being able to lead you to it, has opened the door for you to try others in its absence as it is no longer on the market.

The Sangster’s label was developed by Dr. Ian Sangster; a Scottish immigrant who came to Jamaica in 1967, where he made the region found five miles from Gordon Town the World’s End home of Sangster's liqueurs and flavored rums.

They age and blend their own fine rums plus a range of exotic, rum-based liqueurs using home-produced natural essences and extracts.

Many of these are used in recipes to bring a new twist to the dish and/or drink mix.

A hit in the early years of the Sangster’s liqueurs was the Sangster's World's End Wild Orange Liqueur. However, this line of liqueurs was discontinued when the company changed hands with J Wray and Nephew following the death of Dr. Sangster.

After the acquisition, J Wray & Nephew continued to bottle some of Dr. Sangster's blends under the Blue Mountain label. None of these flavored rums are currently being exported so you have another reason to visit Jamaica.

There is, however, a wide range of liqueurs and rum produced under different labels here in Jamaica which is equally as tantalizing and refreshing as other renowned labels across the world.

Sangster’s own Rum Cream is a hit with many individuals since its arrival on the market in 1983.

The Sangster’s line of liqueurs and selected rums under the J Wray and Nephew line can be purchased online at any of the following sites/links listed below:

Related: Sangster's Rum Cream.
See Also: Appleton Rum Jamaica.

Devin, for

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Sep 04, 2021
Been 40 yrs but i found you!
by: Gator

Somebody gave me a bottle of the banana rum back in 1980, over 40 yrs ago. The memory is a college blurr but i remember the banana n the bottle upside down. You know what they say about your first live. Found you baby. Lol

Jun 27, 2021
Banana cream rum
by: Karla Griffith

When will you ship to US

May 03, 2021
Sangster's rum cream
by: Home Made In Ja

Sangster's rum cream can be purchased from the following website: and it will be shipped to your preferred address.

Jan 29, 2021
Update on a Sangster liqueur
by: Anonymous

Good news! My stone bottle of Sangster's Wild Orange Liqueur is still available as at 29 January 2021. If interested, email me on:

It's one of a kind - no others available, it could be yours

Mar 04, 2020
Sangsters Blue Mountain Coffee Liqueur
by: Anonymous

I may buy your unopened bottle so send your email to contact? I am also in UK.

Oct 02, 2019
Sangsters Blue Mountain Coffee Liqueur
by: Anonymous

In England I have an unopened bottle of Sangsters Blue Mountain Coffee Liqueur for sale. I purchased in 1989 in Jamaica.

Jun 06, 2019
Coconut rum cream
by: Dorsey Levy

Sangsters coconut rum cream is to die for it’s so good better than rum chatta 100 times.! Period!

Nov 09, 2018
Rum Cream
by: Eric

I am also looking for rum cream, Corcoran, MN-
Should have bought a lot more when leaving Jamaica.

Oct 09, 2018
Sangsters Run Cream
by: Kimmi

how can I purchase Sangsters Rum Cream in US. I can find Red Stripe Beer can not find Rum Cream.

Jul 29, 2018
Coconut Jamaican rum cream
by: Anonymous

Looking for a way to buy in the US. Recently visited and obviously underestimated how much I needed to bring home!!

Apr 02, 2018
To "ananomous"
by: Charlie

I am interested in your bottle(s) of Wild Orange.

Mar 30, 2018
Coconut rum
by: Jozef

Hi i am Jozef from Germany .
I stayd more than 10 Times on my lovely Island Jamaica .
I think 10 ore 12 years ago i loved to drink The real sangsters coconut rum !! Not the cream rum ! Now i search for a couple of this rum 👍 can somebody help me please ??!!
My E-Mail is

Mar 29, 2018
Coconut rum
by: Jozef

Hi i am Jozef from Germany .
I stayd more than 10 Times on my lovely Island Jamaica .
I think 10 ore 12 years ago i loved to drink The real sangsters coconut rum !! Not the cream rum ! Now i search for a couple of this rum 👍 can somebody help me please ??!!
My E-Mail is

Jan 07, 2018
by: Anonymous

You can buy at Canada duty free

Nov 27, 2017
Need a bottle of this asap
by: Kayleigh gosling

Has anyone got one to sell, we need it for a Christmas present!


Jul 02, 2017
Wild orange liquor
by: Anonymous

I have an unopened bottle from trip to Jamaica. Anyone interested in purchasing, please respond via comments here.

May 17, 2016
Old Jamaica liquor Wild Orange
by: Anonymous

This is from Ian Melrose. An update - it's still for sale to a keen buyer or drinker of Dr Sangster's Wild Orange liquor. If there's an interest let me know at
(18 May 2016)

May 15, 2015
by: joe

I have the original stone bottle and have had it for years. The content is as good as it was originally but I am trying to find a "refill" if possible !

Jan 12, 2014
Sangster's stoneware bottle unopened wild orange
by: Anonymous

I have an unopened 1 liter original stoneware bottle of Sangsters Old Jamaica Wild Orange Liqueur. If anyone one is interested in buying it from me reach me a @

Aug 04, 2013
Sangster's Liqueur
by: Ian

I have a 700ml stone bottle of Sangster's Wild Orange liqueur. I was given it by Ian Sangster when I visited in 1977. It remains unopened. I would be prepared to sell it if the price was right. However, I live in Sydney, so there may be some logistical problems. email address is:

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