Goslings Ginger Beer 4-250ml Cans
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This is a liquor imageGoslings Ginger Beer 4-250ml Cans

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Then, top with our perfectly balanced ginger beer; the only ginger beer created strictly to make Dark n Stormy cocktails. We didnt steer you wrong on the whole shorts thing. Trust us on this one, too. We spent over a year to achieve the ideal balance of sweetness and spiciness and matching it to the flavour profile of our award-winning Black Seal Rum. Only our Black Seal Rum makes a Dark n Stormy genuine. Only ... read more
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Item ID: #37336
Shelf at store:73e
Size: 4 Pack Cans (250mL)

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Then, top with our perfectly balanced ginger beer; the only ginger beer created strictly to make Dark n Stormy cocktails. We didnt steer you wrong on the whole shorts thing. Trust us on this one, too. We spent over a year to achieve the ideal balance of sweetness and spiciness and matching it to the flavour profile of our award-winning Black Seal Rum. Only our Black Seal Rum makes a Dark n Stormy genuine. Only our Ginger Beer makes it perfect.~Distillery Notes

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In early 1806,[1] James Gosling set out from England with £10,000 in merchandise bound for America. The ship's charter had expired on the ninety-first day of the voyage, so they set in at the nearest port, Bermuda. However, instead of going on to America, Gosling set up shop on the island later that year.

In 1824, the company rented their iconic store on Front Street that they have maintained for 127 years.

The Goslings started formulating rum blends in 1860, and in three years, they had developed Old Rum, a dark, full-bodied rum. Originally distributed only in barrels and sold to those bringing their own bottles, the rum became more widely available with the introduction of bottling in Champagne bottles, the most widely available at the time. The bottles were salvaged from the British Officers' Mess and were sealed with black sealing wax. Soon, people were asking for more of the 'black seal' rum, prompting the change to the name Black Seal Rum.

Gosling Brothers holds the trademark for the Dark 'N Stormy cocktail.

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