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Neptune Rum helping to spice up Christmas

Travel may not be the easiest at the moment, but a taste of the Caribbean is definitely on the cards for Christmas.

And it is within reach in Cheltenham, courtesy of Neptune Rum.

Distilled and aged at the family-owned Foursquare Rum Distillery, Neptune Rum Barbados Gold is a blend of eight, five and three-year-old rums with no added sugars or chemicals and aged in American Bourbon oak casks.

Entrepreneurial duo breathe new life into Cheltenham-born Neptune Rum 

The result is a rum which scooped more than 65 global awards in 2018/19 including the best British brand, best Barbados rum and gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition.

Both Barbados Gold and Caribbean Spiced are available in wooden gift boxes or as part of sets with tumblers or mixers. Gift vouchers are also available.

And for Black Friday, all orders placed today will receive a 15 per cent off discount code for the next purchase (one discount per customer).

Check out the Neptune Rum offers and gift boxes at shop.neptunerum.com

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