Rum has been a major part of the Navy and the Caribbean for hundreds of years.
At the age of 22, Alfred Lamb blended 18 rums from Barbados, Jamaica, Trindad and Guyana. The year was 1849, and Lamb's Navy rum was born. He lovlingly crafted and blended his rum, before laying it to rest for four years in oak casks. The result was the original Lambs Navy rum, which is still enjoyed today.
In July 1970, the Navy were forbidden to provide their men with the daily tot of rum, and so a long held tradition came to pass. Today, Lamb's have an array of rums, enjoyed by sailors and land lovers alike.Read More