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Who Produces Sangster's Jamaica Products?

by Michael
(Germany)

QUESTION: Who Produces Sangster's Jamaica Products?

Hello,
Can you tell me who is the producer of Sangster's Jamaica products? I cannot find it on the internet and there is no website from the producer.

Thanks in advance.


ANSWER: by Kesha Stewart


Hello friend,

Sangster's Jamaica Rum and associated products are all produced by the very famous J. Wray & Nephew Limited.

It is a Jamaican distillery which has been in operations since it was founded by John Wray who partnered with his nephew Charles James Ward.

Wray operated a tavern and essentially a liquor store in Kingston in 1825 his nephew was roped in to handle the business side of the gig in 1860, Wray retired in 1862 and when he died in 1870 his nephew who was by now a dynamic entrprenuer.

It proved to be a smart move too, since lil' nephew inherited the business when uncle died. It has been blending, bottling and distilling world class, internationally award winning alcoholic liqueurs since anyone can remember.

It may interest you to know that Wray and Nephew Ltd. has at present Joy Spence the first female master blender in the rum industry. She works at Appleton Estate in St. Elizabeth which is an affiliate of Wray and Nephew.

We at my-island-jamaica.com also have a wealth of information on Sangsters Jamaica Products so you can visit, search and learn more.

we have articles, for example on:



However, I very happy just to help you in your quest to find online sources to purchase about favourite Sangsters Jamaica product. Here are a few great places to start:


  1. wine-searcher.com - It has links to other sites in countries various including, Italy, Canada, Cayman Islands
  2. shopsampar.com
  3. totalwine.com
  4. liquordirect.ca
  5. everthingwineandmore.ca
  6. drizly.com


Happy Searching!

Kesha Stewart
Associate Writer

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