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olesniper wrote: »
The original black tot rum is still available...........if you have a co-signer.
Here, it's around $1,150 or so.
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
woodsrunner wrote: »
Mike is totally correct, and I can speak from experience having being a "White Hat" aboard ship. And I can tell you with certainty that being commissioned and living aboard ship in Officer's Country does have its advantages :tooth:
Gene L wrote: »
The British Navy ended the rum ration in 1970, a few years before many here were born. The ration was a hefty 2.3 ounces of rum issued at about noon...which had to encourage some bad habits. Also, I believe sailors could save up and get a larger ration later on and get drunk. I always thought it was issued in the evening, but hey...
Fisheadgib wrote: »
I misspoke, after some further digging around I learned that the true period of the distillation is unknown but is suspected of being in the 1940's. That makes it even more rare but doesn't make it taste any better which is odd in that rums can really mellow with age.
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