Love Rum? Well that’s a silly question because we know you do. So we thought it was time to put a little effort in and share with you some of favourite rums on the spirit shelf and how to enjoy them.

This week we want to talk about Dead Man’s Fingers

Dead Man’s Fingers is a spiced rum created by the owners of Cornwall restaurant The Rum & Crab Shack. A blend of rums from Trinidad and Barbados that is aged for three years. Dead Man’s Fingers took a spiced rum, looked at what everyone else was doing, then did the opposite.⁠

We Serve Three Varieties of Dead Mans- Spiced, Hemp and Coconut. We developed some perfect serves for you try them out. Which you can find on our menu’s

DEAD MANS SPICED RUM£3.2/£4.9

Where a blended rum meets exotic spices to create a unique and distinctive flavour profile. Those familiar with Saffron cake will certainly find a hint of that alongside notes of Pedro Ximénez Ice cream. Next comes a whisper of creamy caramel followed by vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and of course, those subtly sweet undertones of orange.

DEAD MANS  COCONUT RUM£3.2/£4.9

f you love the tropical flavour of coconuts, then you’ll love this variation of Dead Man’s Fingers. Discover elements of juicy mango, raisins, runny caramel, coconut ice (of course) and a slight citrusy trace of lime peel  £3.8

DEAD MANS FINGERS HEMP RUM£3.4/£5

Classic Caribbean rum with it’s exotic spices and ingeniously infused it with natural hemp and CBD. As you’d expect there are distict grassy herbal back-notes supported by a hint of cola, roasted waves of freshly percolated coffee, hops and a dash of pine.. 

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