Over the years Black Seal Rum has become synonymous with Bermuda. It is an essential ingredient in Bermuda fish chowder, adds the island flavor to the Bermuda Rum Swizzle, and is the tempest in Bermuda’s favorite cocktail the Dark ‘n Stormy. Gosling’s Black Seal combines rums from both pot and continuous column stills. The name comes from the black wax that was originally used to seal the bottles, but now there’s an actual black seal on the label. The iconic rum has been produced in Bermuda since 1806.
Nose: Sweet, dark, cooked fruits. Fruitcake, spice, herbal.
Palate: Balanced with thick, sweet spices, stewed fruits.
Finish: Spiced, crisp, tingling.