In 1979, Charles Tobias entrepreneur, global sailor, storyteller and researcher managed to resurrect the British Navy's Rum tradition, Rum Pusser.
Rum Pusser is a blend of several rums from the island of Barbados.
Charles Tobias obtained the rights and all information for this rum blend from the UK Department of the Navy, and thus Charles Tobias created Pusser Ltd. Tortola.
Pusser Ltd. based in the British Virgin Islands began bottling and selling this rum in 1980, British Navy rum was being sold to the public for the first time.
Before that, use and consumption was restricted to the Royal Navy for a whopping 300 years.
British Navy Pusser select aged 151 rum is the same blend, approved by the Admiralty, blend of five valid West Indian rums, aboard British warships, but with an alcohol content of 75 degrees!
Indeed, it is with the blessing and approval of the Ministry of the Navy that the British Navy Pusser green label rum is now available to the public.
Produced in accordance with the specifications of the British Navy, using 100% natural products, without flavoring agents.
The alcohol content is so high that it can be used as a comburent in the gunpowder of the guns of British vessels.
The British Navy Pusser select aged 151 green label rum is rich and full-bodied, with an unsurpassed softness thanks to its natural ingredients and aging under the Caribbean sun.
Rum British Navy Pusser select aged 151 green label was awarded double gold medal at the Melburne rum festival.
Color: deep copper color.
Aromas: explosive bouquet, complex aromas of spices, ginger and nutmeg, and sweet notes of honey, vanilla and caramel, deriving from wood.
Taste: Very powerful the sip is full, rich, structured. Long finish with notes of burnt caramel, spices and tea.
Serve British Navy Pusser Green label rum at room temperature accompanied by a cigar and dark chocolate.