All about Pusser's Rum
Pusser’s Rum is the only Rum to be blended in exactly the same specifications used by the Royal Navy before they discontinued their daily ration July 31, 1970, putting an end to a three-centuries-old tradition.
Almost a decade after the Royal Navy ended the daily tot of Rum, Charles Tobias obtained the rights to the naval Rum recipe in 1979, creating Pusser’s Rum according to the original Admiralty recipe.
Pusser’s signature Naval Rum blend has a full-bodied profile, characterized by an impeccable smoothness, which is produced by its wooden “pot-stilled” production method.
Pusser’s Rum is distilled using five stills located in Guyana and Trinidad, and blended using a naturally occurring flavoring elements known as “esters” and “congeners.”
Pusser’s Rum is never artificially flavored or colored, and crafted from sugar cane grown in the Demerara River Valley.
Pusser’s portfolio includes their Original Admiralty Blend (Blue Label), Gunpowder Proof (Black Label), Pusser's Rum Overproof (Green Label), a 15-year-old, and a Spiced Rum.