Dry Spiced RUM
Nathaniel is still in the Caribbean, so no voyage this time. Three very different
story possibilities here. One adds to the notion of adventure and exploration, one
brings a little romance to the story (and possibly a hint towards the legends of
female pirates like Mary Read and Anne Bonny) while the third brings in the
notion of a duel.
Flavour note: Blended using rum from five Caribbean islands with nine spices. No added sugar.
More adventure and a new flavour discovery
In this one he takes up with a native islander, a bit like Robinson Crusoe. He
visits neighbouring islands by canoe and tastes their liquor. And it’s a little bit
funny because he can’t decide which is best so he mixes them together and it
turns out to be a bit like our Dry Spiced Rum. Tamo, is derived from Tamosi, the
great creator in Carib mythology.
“Tamo became my guide, and we toured five islands to hear their legends and
sample their rum. Which was best, I couldn’t decide, but blended altogether they
made one sharp and dry.”