Castenschiold Governors Rum Edition 8 to 18 40% 0,7l
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Traditionally distilled and matured in oak charred barrels for an exquisite rum experience, the result is this unique and spectacular rum.
Castenschiold Governors Rum Edition 8 to18 is full of character and with a perfect blend of opulent, rich, and floral notes, the Castenschiold Governor’s Rum is beautifully balanced, smooth and complex. A true masterpiece.
- Castenschiold Governors is a rum with premium taste and medium premium price.
- Castenschiold Governors Rum is a blend of long aged, old, finest rums distilled in South America.
- Castenschiold Governors Rum combines opulent, rich and floral notes to create an experience full of character.
- The Castenschiold Governors Rum box has a very luxurious and easily recognisable appearance (including gold foil stamping).
- The Castenschiold Governors Rum bottle has a weight of 1.5 kilos with a brilliant white glass bottle with a thick base, as well as a high-quality appearance due to the metal label and gold foil stamping.
- The history of Castenschiold Rum is closely linked to the beginning of rum production in the Caribbean.
- Today's Castenschiold Rum is family-owned in the rum capital of Flensburg.
- Castenschiold Rum supports social and historical projects on St. Thomas-Virgin Islands.
- Castenschiold Governors Rum is new to the rum family and is sparking interest in the rum community.
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Castenschiold Vestindien Rum KG
Moltkestrasse 15, 24937 Flensburg
Kielseng-Flensburg -the cradle of rum tradition
Jørgen Carstensen was born in 1678 on the estate Kielseng near Flensburg. In 1694 Jørgen reached St. Thomas and began working for the Danish Vestindisk Kompagni as a "botteler".
During the administration of his uncle, the governor of St. Thomas, the first barrels of an early form of rum, Kildywel, were already exported to Europe. Through the purchase of the Mosquito Bay plantation and other fortunate decisions, Jørgen's son Johan Lorentz consolidated the family's influence in the sugar and rum business. His service to the kingdom contributed to Johan Lorentz being ennobled in 1745 and allowed to bear the name Castenschiold.