Shipping Rum from Jamaica
(Chatham, Ont, Canada)
How much do you think a case of rum costs to ship to Ontario, Canada?...what size are these bottles?
Feb-18-2009 by Wellesley
The standard size here is 750 ml and I think 12 comes in each case. Bear in mind that there are varying sizes though, depending on the brand and the manufacturer.
Regarding the price to ship, I wish I had known. I am hoping someone who knows will help you by answering the question here.
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