Rum Black Head 1920s
Without a doubt the most emblematic rum of the Bordeaux merchant Cazanove: the 'Black Head Rum', still known as 'Black Rum'.
Provenance: Tajan, 9/30/2014
|Fill level||High shoulder|
For a spirit made from sugar, rhum has been a favorite concoction of the “old salts” of the world’s navies and merchant fleets for hundreds of years. By happy coincidence for British sailors, England captured Jamaica in 1655, just about the time rhum was first being distilled in the Caribbean. Captains began allotting their shipmates rations of rhum and lime juice. The juice warded off scurvy and the alcohol killed the bacteria that often made the ships’ water supply questionable.
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Black Head logo
Karl HAPPEL (1819-1914), a German painter and illustrator still known under the name of "Carl-Hap" is the creator of the Black Head logo.