Devil's Point Golden Aged Rum - Small Batch Series
The Devil’s Point (Scottish Gaelic: Bod an Deamhain) is a mountain in the Cairngorm National Park, lying to the west of the Lairig Ghru pass. The Gaelic name means “Penis of the Demon”. The English name is a result of a visit to the area by Queen Victoria. She asked her local ghillie, John Brown, to translate the name; to avoid embarrassment he called it The Devil’s Point.
Only 500 bottles of this rum has been released in the second batch.
(Image is for illustration purpose only & the individual bottle numbers will differ).