English style rums are made with molasses and distilled in copper pot stills, which produces in smaller batches. The longer fermentation process results in a heavier body and a more vivid, intense flavour profile. They are typically produced from Barbados, Jamaica, St Lucia and Guyana.
Flavour and body characteristics: Bold, Dark, Spiced, Rich Aromatic
Distillation: Pot stills
Age notation: The youngest rum in the blend