Worthy Park Estate is an estate dated 1670, in the heart of Jamaica, in the parish of St. Catherine, sixty kilometers north of Kingston.
Managed by only three families in 340 years, it has already produced rum since its foundation, therefore it is to be considered the oldest still operating distillery in the world.
Worthy Park Estate is a sugar factory with distillery that produces rum in pure Jamaican style: the proprietary molasses are subjected to two types of fermentation, Light and Heavy according to the yeasts used, raised in oak vats.
The distillation of Worthy Park rum takes place only in a Privat-style pot still with double retort, therefore it is a Pure Single Rum.
Gordon Clarke, a member of the 99-year-old family of the distillery, has created a new version of the famous Jamaican rum.
The Worthy Park Single estate Reserve comes in an elegant and slender bottle, perfect to be given away!
Worthy Park Single estate Reserve 12 years, an intense and very powerful rum.
Worthy Park Single estate Reserve, aged for 12 years in American oak barrels previously used for bourbon.
This prolonged aging under the Jamaica sun generates a loss of rum by evaporation of more than 75%.
The Worthy Park Single estate Reserve rum has a complex, powerful and deep aromatic profile, which continuously evolves in the glass.
A rum that will surely conquer all fans.
Color: Amber with golden reflections.
Nose: Very complex, with notes of spices, dried fruit, licorice and caramel.
Taste: Powerful, of great depth.
For consumption it is suggested to drink it alone or with two drops of water while meditating.
We recommend pairing the Worthy Park Single estate Reserve 12 year old rum with a good Partagas D6 or Arturo Fuente cigar.