Competition: Win a bottle of One-Eyed Rebel Spiced Rum from The Spirit of Manchester Distillery
Competition: Win a bottle of One-Eyed Rebel Spiced Rum from The Spirit of Manchester Distillery.
Calling all rum lovers. The Spirit of Manchester Distillery, the producers of internationally award-winning Manchester Gin and Manchester Spirit Vodka, has released its first rum and are giving people the opportunity to get their hands on the first batch.
One-Eyed Rebel Spiced Rum
One-Eyed Rebel is a new botanical spiced rum cut deep with ginger, sweeping undercurrents of vanilla and a flaming heart of rich cassia. This is a premium spiced rum with an accessible price.
Distilled at The Spirit of Manchester Distillery, the brand’s first rum is lovingly made in the heart of the city. The bottle features eclectic colours and unique patterns which were inspired by bone-inlaid furniture, as well as a unique brass belly band reminiscent of old rum barrels. It’s perfect served with coke or ginger beer but can also be enjoyed on the rocks.
Rum fans can sign up at oneeyedrebel.co.uk to get hold of the first batch.
For your chance to win a bottle of One-Eyed Rebel rum, sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘One-Eyed Rebel’ and remember to include your name and address in the body of the email.
Closing date: April 30, 2020
A winner will be picked at random and notified by April 30, 2020
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