Prichard’s Fine Rum is bottled directly at cask strength (i.e., it isn’t watered down after aging like most rums), which gives it very pronounced overtones of oak. According to the Prichard’s website, it is a “historically accurate recreation of the Colonial rums produced over 200 years ago,” so apparently this tastes a lot like the stuff you would’ve been rationed as a soldier in the Continental army. Plus, it’s one of the few quality rum brands produced in the US, which is doubly fun for us Americans.

Proof 80 40% ABV
Type rum
Variety dark rum
Years Aged 3
Barrel Type Charred White Oak
Brand Prichard's
Region Tennessee
Country United States
Cost USD $40 {{drinkHelpers.priceIndicator(40)}} (last verified in 2015)
Prichard's Fine Rum