Tug of war with the strongest cadets on Saturday 12 August from 12:30 – 13:30
Black Edition and Very Rare from our Non Plus Ultra series were awarded Gold in the Tokyo.
Dig into a world of Black tots, bottled currency, daily rations, rum punch and rum gunpowder.
A.H. Riise Very Rare, La Galante and Signature have all been awarded the ‘exceptional’ stamp and boast 3 stars.
A jury typically consists of experienced tasters, sommeliers and chefs who deal with taste professionally. On a tasting jury there is usually a wide range of nationalities, and there may be up to 200 tasters.
What do you serve to winter bathers and ice swimmers after a cold dip? A.H. Riise Navy Frogman 60% of course – a remarkable blend for remarkable people.
For a true A.H. Riise Collector it’s all about the good taste, of course. But it’s also about having something special in the bar cupboard. Perhaps you are the lucky owner of discontinued Riise variants, or have collected a complete Riise series?
In June 1838, the Danish Government officially appointed Albert Heinrich Riise as the exclusive pharmacist for the caribbean island, Saint Thomas, part of the former Danish West Indies. This granted him monopoly status to produce alcohol in his pharmacy.
If you have an old bottle of A.H. Riise in your hand and compare it with a more recent bottle, you might wonder why what used to say ‘Rum’ is now ‘Superior Spirit Drink made from Premium Matured Rum’. What’s the difference? And does it matter to you?
West Indian rum and spirit drinks based on rum are traditionally produced in three different styles: Spanish, English and French.