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It’s the early 18th century, growing shipping traffic between Europe, Africa and the Caribbean will make some people forever famous. Tales and adventures of Blackbeard’s and other influential pirates will fuel novels, movies and legends. The true story behind these rebels has plenty of rum, their preferred bounty and favorite beverage.

 

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Our rum series “The Golden Age of Piracy” tells the history of famous pirates (and privateers). We matched unique single cask rum with rich and distinctive personalities.

The Golden Age of Piracy features limited edition bottlings. Come aboard and join us in the journey through the perfect rums.

Edward Teach “Blackbeard”

  • Distillery: Caroni
  • Distillation year: 1999
  • Bottling year: 2021
  • Age: 21YO
  • Single cask number: 197
  • Limited edition: 228 bottles
  • ABV: 65.7%
  • Full Proof Heavy Trinidad Rum

It was always his thick, long and black beard that gave him his terrifying look. Teach understood the value of appearances and stroke enouhg fear in an opposing crew so they often simply surrendered.

He was in fact very successful. Together with the crew of Benjamin Hornigold he catured and commanded the 40-gun Queen Anne’s Revenge.

Operating around the West Indies andsoutheastern U.S. states he become the most famous pirate captain of all time.

The Golden Age of Piracy Blackbeard
The Golden Age of Piracy Blackbeard
The Golden Age of Piracy Blackbeard

Anne Bonny “Anney”

  • Distillery: Enmore
  • Distillation year: 1992
  • Bottling year: 2021
  • Age: 29YO
  • Single cask number: 6
  • Limited edition: 230 bottles
  • ABV: 58.1%
  • Full Proof Heavy Guyana Rum

The most famous female pirate, as renowned for her ruthlessness as for gender. Seeking adventure from the early years, she become an equal crew member and a respected pirate.

New Providence, the Republic of Pirates, become her place to be and this is where she met “Calico Jack” Rackham. She joined him and continued the pirate life, taking part in combat alongside the men, eventually to be named in “Wanted Pirates” by the Governor of the Bahamas.

The Golden Age of Piracy Anney
The Golden Age of Piracy Anney
The Golden Age of Piracy Anney

John Rackham “Calico Jack”

  • Distillery: Foursquare
  • Distillation year: 2005
  • Bottling year: 2021
  • Age: 15YO
  • Single cask number: 105
  • Limited edition: 262 bottles
  • ABV: 58%
  • Full Proof Heavy Barbados Rum
  • Over 10 years of tropical aging

He earned the nickname “Calico Jack” because of his taste for clothes made of brightly colored Indian Calico cloth. While he made a career of plundering small vessels, he is most remembered for having two female crew members Mary Read and his lover, Anne Bonny.

Rackham is also credited with designing the skull and crossed swords – sometimes swapped for crossed bones – that became famous as iconic Jolly Roger pirate flag.

The Golden Age of Piracy Calico Jack
The Golden Age of Piracy Calico Jack
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