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Captain Morgan 1671

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 06/08/2016 | 2 Minute Read

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Have you ever seen Captain Morgan look this good? This special commemorative blend of rum combines delightful flavors that are equally surprising and smooth. Landor designed the packaging to make it as memorable as the rum itself.  

“This fine drinking vessel commemorates the fateful day in 1671, when Captain Morgan lost his beloved ship, The Satisfaction. It holds an expertly crafted blend of fine Caribbean Rum and selected spices—finished with Spanish Oak, to deliver the smooth and distinctive spiced rum worthy of the Captain himself. Aromas of sweet oak and dried fruits open up into the dark, warm spice profile with hints of chocolate and dark fruits, culminating in a smooth and full-bodied vanilla finish.”

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Captain Morgan 1671 is dark and mysterious, with an embossed figure of the captain on the front. Gold text and details glisten and give it a premium quality appearance. The bottle itself looks like a large handle that one might have found on The Satisfaction when it sank, with a small circular handle at the top. A capsule at the top keeps the bottle well-sealed until it’s ready to enjoy, with a thin gold line and the captain’s signature right at the top—details that give it a more complete look.

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Designed by: Landor

Country: United States

City: Cincinnati, OH

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