This pint of 100 proof rum was distilled in 1913 by Everett Distilling in Massachusetts. When the Prohibition had it's grips firmly on the throat of America, this beautiful rum was moved to Louisville, Kentucky to rest peacefully in an oak barrel and wait out this horrible experiment. Because it wasn't bottled until 1931, we can only imagine the care that went into this.
This bottle has been in the House of Glunz cellar for over 85 years.
- 1 pint