Every great story begins with a time and a place. For Mount Gay that time and place was 1703 in Barbados.
Black Barrel, the only Mount Gay rum finished in charred bourbon oak barrels, is the product of more than three centuries of Mount Gay craftsmanship, innovation, and refinement.
Who would you share a bottle of Mount Gay Black Barrel with?
Like our rums, the cutting boards Pete Raho of @gowanusfurniture creates follow the ethos of tradition and true craftsmanship. To read Pete’s story, visit www.theoriginalspirits.com. (at www.theoriginalspirits.com)
Do you know what classic rum cocktail these ingredients go into?
End your week with something delicious.
James Tucker from @aesthetic_union conserves history, tradition, and craft through his letterpress work. Visit www.theoriginalspirits.com to see his journey. (at www.theoriginalspirits.com)
We’ll be there for you… to sip on while streaming your favorite shows with your #FRIENDS.
To see more of Brock’s creative process and our collaboration with him, visit www.originalspirits.com. #regram from @vividbraille
Our Brooklyn selfie.
Sugarcane molasses, also known as “Black Gold.” A staple in all of Mount Gay’s rums.
This is where the magic happens.
#GentlemanTip: Know what you want before you walk up to the bar.
It’s a fact. 🍹👌
Make your afternoon coffee a Bajan one.
Had a great time at #BKPour today! #regram from @villagevoice
Wherever the weekend takes you, make sure you make it memorable.