COPPER POT DISTILLED HONEY & MARMALADE RUM
SMALL BATCH | LOWTHER HONEY | VICTORIAN TREACLE | PREMIUM SPIRIT
Order from the first batch of Lanty Slee’s Wrynose Rum
Wrynose Rum is named after the treacherous mountain pass used by Lanty after nightfall to move his liquor across The Lake District, padding his horseʼs hooves with wad and velvet shoes to sneak past the excisemen lying in wait. In 1841, Lanty was caught with ingredients including a barrel of treacle wash from which he would have made a Rum. We produce ours in copper pot stills from 19th century recipes. A Molasses base gives a creamy vanilla fragrance, Saville Marmalade and Lowther Honey give a beautifully smooth feel with notes of Orange.