Gasparilla Spiced Rum
AVAST ye swabs
The treasure buried in Tampa by José Gaspar, pirate of legend and scourge of the Gulf of Mexico is yet to be found, but his rum has been discovered. His buccaneer’s grog has harnessed the majesty of Florida, the freedom of the sea and the nectar of sugar cane, to be enjoyed by seadogs and landlubbers, all revelers alike. This humble spirit of immense distinction is hand-crafted in small, but magnificent batches by the Scallywags at the…Tampa Bay Rum Company.
Gasparilla Coconut Rum
Aye, when marooned on a desert isle with naught but a jug of rum and a coconut tree for survival, a lesser pirate would despair, but José Gaspar created the finest coconut rum on the Seven Seas while plotting his revenge for the treachery bestowed upon him and fashioning a skiff from driftwood to escape his accursed plight. While the mutineers met a wretched conclusion swinging from the end of the yardarm, their misfortune resulted in our luck in being bestowed with this splendid coconut rum, distilled by the Scallywags at the…Tampa Bay Rum Company.
Gasparilla Silver Rum
José Gaspar’s Silver Rum is delicious bottled pirate treasure. Whilst galleons overburdened with doubloons and pieces of eight are an impressive day’s catch, the true purpose of such fortune for a pirate is the acquisition and swilling of Florida’s finest silver rum upon return to port. As smooth as a gentle sea breeze gliding across a placid Caribbean, no finer rum has honored a buccaneer’s gullet. This noble rum is hand-crafted in small batches with devotion by the Scallywags at the…Tampa Bay Rum Company.
Gasparilla Butterscotch Spiced Rum
Inspired by the legendary José Gaspar, the upstanding citizens of Tampa turn to piracy every year, in search of plunder and beads and rum. Since its first invasion in 1904, Gasparilla has grown from a humble, horse drawn parade, into a monumental celebration of unparalleled piratyness. Gasparilla Spiced Rum will quench the thirst of the weariest pirates as they scour Tampa for booty, and is handcrafted locally by the Scallywags at the...Tampa Bay Rum Company.
Gasparilla Scurvy Lime Rum
Pirate’s water was a foul sludge, roiling in slime filled barrels lashed to the sweltering hulls of their ships. José Gaspar's crew preferred his far tastier rum, which with the addition of lime made for a remarkable drink that was much more pleasant to behold than the water available to the seafaring men of that age. Gaspar knew that a jovial crew be much better at plunderin'. And while this be a rugged pirate grog, the modern palate might recognize it to taste a bit like an amazing key lime pie. This glorious lime concoction of yesteryear is risen like a Phoenix with the help of the Scallywags at the…Tampa Bay Rum Company.