Naga Rum Java Malacca Edition
Indonesia is the largest producer of spices in the world. So creating a spiced NAGA rum was an obvious choice. We named it MALACCA after the Malaysian port from which ships loaded with Asian fruits and spices left for Europe.
Kumquat peel, flesh of the Indonesian jambu (Java apples), lemongrass and cinnamon are used to give Batavia Arrack Indonesian rum citrus aromas and a fresh finish.
Its generous and exuberant flavor is dominated by tangerine, lime and pear flavors. The final note is fresh and sparkling.
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This beautiful gin is an homage to the inimitable dancehall days of 20s Manila and its crown jewel, the legendary Santa Ana Cabaret, once the largest in the world. Set amidst the splendour of the Philippine Art Deco Movement, Santa Ana Cabaret was a musical playground for Manileños of the time. Santa Ana Cabaret was the “largest cabaret in the world with the best dance music in the Orient”. By the 20s, the Santa Ana Cabaret’s reputation grew, peaking in the late 20s/early 30s — which coincidentally was the height of Prohibition in the US. Playground to the rich and famous, Santa Ana guests danced to the music of Vic Hernandez & the Swing-sational, to a range of styles from the Charleston to the Tango and Waltzes, Blues and Jazz.
Distilled on the wild and beautiful Morvern Peninsula, this launch coincides with Earth Day (22nd April 2022) reflecting the mission of founder, Annabel Thomas, to create a whisky that works in harmony with nature, by putting the planet first.
Last year, Nc’nean became the first whisky distillery in the UK to be verified as having net zero carbon emissions from their own operations (scopes 1 and 2), and is an accredited B Corp.