Lost Years Four Island Rum (70cl, 40%)

  • Lost Years Four Island Rum (70cl, 40%)
Lost Years Four Island Rum (70cl, 40%)

Lost Years Four Island is a golden rum with a difference – a multi award-winning union of world-class single estate Caribbean rums made from two different base ingredients, molasses and fresh sugar cane juice.

At the heart of Four Island are three wonderful barrel-aged rums – an eight-year-old rum from the legendary Foursquare Distillery in Barbados, a five-year-old from the Dominican Republic, and a two-year-old from a multi-award-winning estate in Jamaica. The result is a core blend that is classically Caribbean:  fruity and aromatic with juicy notes of tropical fruit, combined with the warm smokiness that comes from time spent in the barrel.

With absolutely no sugar or colouring added post distillation, it’s also vegan friendly and gluten-free. 

Lost Years is the rum brand devoted to saving endangered sea turtles – every bottle sold saves up to ten baby sea turtles!

  • Available
  • £39.95

  • Ex Tax: £33.29
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ABV 40%
Quantity 1
Size 70cl


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