Hampden Estate
Trelawny 8 years old

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More than a change of label, we learn that the blend of rums that make up this reduced Trelawny is an OWH mark, distilled in 2011 & 2012 and aged 8 years at the distillery. This is called tropical aging. The label also specifies that 8 years in the tropics is equivalent to 25 years of aging in Europe.


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Pickup at the parisian store : between Thu 15 and Fri 16

Local carrier : between Thu 22 and Mon 26

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  • 0.70L
  • 46°
  • Amber
  • Jamaica

But what does the OWH mark mean?

OWH (Outram W Hussey) is the lowest mark in terms of non-alcoholic particles (congeners). We are talking about 40-80 gr/hlaap of ester.

Hampden Estate

Built around 1750 the Hampden distillery originally belonged to a Scotsman Archibald Sterling. Hampden is known for its heavy rums distilled in copper stills. The fermentation is long and natural (no use of commercial yeasts).

  • Distilled at Hampden
  • Presented in Cover (metal, carton...)
  • 8 years of aging
  • Distilled from molasses (traditional method)
  • Aging Tropical

Our packaging is completely shock-proof and 100% recyclable. Our packaging meet all the requirements of many partner carriers, especially for international carriers. They are lightweight, and offer very good result in terms of strength and impact resistance. Your order is ensured during transport against all damage by insurance that we agree with our charges for each of your parcel.

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