Stiggins’ Fancy Plantation pineapple rum

If we are to believe the rumors, then Stiggins’ Fancy Plantation Pineapple Rum should not exist. Or, it should exist, but you should not be able to buy it. Here is the story.

Together with cocktail historian David Wondrich in 2014 Plantation rumThe cellar master Alexander Gabriel created a “fragrant” rum based on Charles Dickens’s Pickwick Papers, in which Reverend Stiggins often enjoyed “pineapple rum”.

This rum is duplicated Stiggins’ Fancy Plantation pineapple rumGave to friends by Wondrich only in Tales of the Cocktail 2014. As the legend of this particular rum grew, Plantation realized that there was enough demand to actually bring it to market, և the retail version of the Stiggens was born և it won. Best New Spirit at the most recent Tales of the Cocktail Awards (2016).

Let me clarify that this is not a “fragrant rum” because we know it by, say, the nickname Malibu. This is a quality aged artificially infused rum rum, the final product shows. Apart from real pineapple, neither flavor nor sugar is added. It’s one amazing Drinking rum, just on the rocks, making some beautiful cocktails. For $ 30, this may be one of the most unique items you can buy at your local liquor store.

Below I have collected “how it is made” cards from Plantation that explain the process they use to make Stiggens’ Fancy. Just click to enlarge.

    Pineapple Plantation How is it made?

see secret product in Box below

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