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The beginning of our story dates back to medieval times in Scotland where the first generation of Queen’s ruled. In 1850, our great- great grandfather, Andrew Queen, migrated to Canada and brought forth the Canadian bloodline. Whether in Europe or in Canada, the Queen’s became infamous for their achievements…..

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The Product

The Recipe

Soft and sweet with hints of fruit.
Queen’s rum is a blend of five rums from Trinidad, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Guatemala, Panama.
Aged up to 5 years.

Red Fruit

The Bottle

A stoneware rum bottle. Derived straight from the earth, clay is fired at 1200 degrees Celsius to turn into ceramic and is one of the world’s pure, natural materials. It holds it’s great reputation due to it’s top quality and authenticity.
When consumed, it’s lifecycle can be extended by re-using it as interior design or other usage.

The label design on the bottle is based off of the Queen family crest.

How to drink

Even though very personal, as rum has the natural ability to adapt to any moment, we encourage you to drink it pure, neat.
Drink it at room temperature, preferably without ice.
Poor 3 to 6 cl in a wide glass and let it take you on a whorl of taste sensation.
Put the glass in the palm of your hand and gently circle it around. This way no air is being added to the rum, the texture stays intact and the aromas spread through the whole glass. Don’t put your nose fully in the glass, let it linger a bit and finally take a sip.

Fancy a mix? Try ‘’The Queen’’
use a wide glass,
2 ice cubes,
6cl rum,
10cl ginger ale,
topped with a cinnamon stick and a slice of lime.
Garnished with a mint leaf or two.

As the rich flavour is cut by the freshness of ginger ale, you get one of the most incredibly drinkable cocktails, with all the charm of rum, played down and stretched in a perfect drink.

We would love to see our rum in every great bar & restaurant anywhere in the country, and we need the right partners for this.
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