Rum

A full-bodied, high quality rum made from organic blackstrap molasses and crafted in handmade copper pot stills. An extended fermentation time results in a complex, flavorful white rum that stands out in cocktails.

Fun Fact This was one of our first flagship spirits when we opened our doors in June of 2015!

Where to find it Unfortunately our Rum is sold out at the moment. Check back soon for an update on its re-release.

Why the Belted Kingfisher?

Sipping on our rum evokes the mouth of a river where an offshore breeze meets the briny sea air, and a solitary Kingfisher glides gently over the water, scanning for its next meal. The Belted Kingfisher is typically noticed by its wild rattling call. As it flies over rivers and lakes, it plunges headfirst into the water to grab a fish. Rum has long been synonymous with the Royal Navy. From 1655 to 1970, sailors were given a daily rum ration which consisted of 71ml of 95.5 proof rum. Though the rum ration has been abolished, this spirit still often goes hand-in-hand with coastal activities, which is why the Belted Kingfisher mascots our flagship rum.

Cocktail Recipes
Let’s Drink!

Mojito
• 2oz Short Path Distillery Rum
• 3/4oz Lime
• 3/4oz Simple Syrup
• 4-5 Mint Leaves
• Club Soda
Add mint and simple syrup into a shaker tin and lightly muddle. Add Rum, lime, ice, and shake. Strain into a Collins glass filled with ice and top with club soda. Garnish with a mint bouquet.
 
Red Dress
• 2oz Short Path Distillery Rum
• 1 1/2oz Strawberry Puree
• 1/2oz Lemon
• 1/2oz Simple Syrup
• 2 Basil Leaves
Add all ingredients to a shaker filled with ice and shake. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with a basil leaf.
 
Pisces Punch
• 1 1/2oz Short Path Distillery Rum
• 3/4oz Americano Blanc
• 3/4oz Pineapple Juice
• 1/2oz Lemon
• 1/2oz Chamomile Tea Syrup
• 1 Dash Lavender Bitters
Add all ingredients into a shaker tin filled with ice and shake well. Strain into a glass filled with ice and garnish with a pineapple wedge.
Availability: Year-round
Volume: 750ml
ABV: 40%
Proof: 80
Bird: Kingfisher

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