Rum, a favourite topic.
Drink bugger all on delivery/passage, 1 or 2 as the sun goes down, if a calm evening.
But, anchored up, in a secure anchorage and I mean secure,totally different.
fav's are all pot destilled, anything else is petrol
Can't drink Bundaberg at all, worst rum ever ( well maybe some cats piss from New Caledonia)
Done a few of trip's recently so managed to get and sample,
Four Bell's dark navy
( got a case, sensational)
Inner Circle green and red dot ( definetly my favourite, and I know of a supply of green dot on a Vanuatu
Island where they have a few cases put aside for $8 a bottle. Old stock they reckon, so cheap
Myers original Dark Jamaica
El Dorado dark from Guyana 1 bottle
Spiced Gold (makes a Bloody lethal milkshake, and great on icecream) 4 bottles
Bounty Rum ( a gold medal winner from Fiji
, yummy) 6 bottles
Sailor Jerry Spiced BVI 1 bottle
We have been distilling our own for a while now using the above to perfect our flavour, and now use a Dark/Jamaican /Navy blend in various quantities to get the magic blend.
We can do this while on board the new boat.
We will usually have at least 25 litres at any one time, we did have 50 litres of rum once.
We also do Gin and Scotch.
The best bit is no hangover, and $5 per litre cost to make.