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by Peter H.
Question About: Sangster Rum Cream
In going through my collection of Rum's, I found an unopened bottle of "Sangster's Old Jamaica Deluxe Gold Rum" that is in a flat crock/stoneware type of bottle embossed with PR and a tag guaranteeing its authenticity as a copy of a Port Royal Flagon from 1692.
It does have a US importer listed of Collins & Co in South Carolina, so it must be a pre J. Wray & Co bottle.
I've had this for a number of years and would like to find out some information about it and possibly what its value might be.
It is unopened and still has the original seals all in tact. I tried to look it up on the web, but have been unsuccessful in finding any information about the rum or the Flagon it is in.
Answer by Wellesley
Thanks for asking!
That sounds extremely rare indeed. In fact, I reached out the J Wray and Nephew directly today, the producers of Sangsters Rum Cream today, and, according to the customer service rep, they have no current record of that edition.
In fact, their current flavours of Sangster's Rum Cream are...
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