The Pussers Rum Trafalgar Bicentenial Ceramic Decanter has been designed especially to commemorate Nelson and his great victory at Trafalgar. A limited edition of 36,000 units was produced for distribution throughout the world and the decanter is filled with 1 litre of 15 year old Pusser’s Rum bottled at a strength of 47.75%.
Pussers Rum Trafalgar Bicentenial Ceramic Decanter is decorated with various cameos and paintings. There are cameos of Lord Admiral Nelson, HMS Victory and the Victory Coat of Arms. There is also Pusser’s label and Nelson’s Blood logo. There are also reproductions of paintings of the Battle of the Nile 1978, the Battle of Copenhagen 1801 and the Battle of Trafalgar 1805. There is a ceramic stopper with the killick’s anchor design and a flag decor, the flag signal that set the seal to Nelson’s fame. Just before engaging the enemy at the Battle of Trafalgar, he flew this signal from his flagship Victory: “England expects that every man will do his duty”. The decanter is then finished off with a rope “bumper” around the base made at the Chatham Dockyard, the same ropery that made ropes for HMS Victory.
British Navy Pusser’s Rum is the same Admiralty blend of five West Indian rums as issued on board British warships, and it is with the Admiralty’ blessing and approval that Pusser’s is now available to the consumer. In return The Royal Navy Sailor’s Fund, a naval charity more commonly called the “Tot Fund” receives a substantial donation from the sale of each bottle of British Navy Pusser’s Rum. Aside from the fund’s original bequest, the Pusser’s contribution has become the fund’s largest source of income. Today’s Pusser’s is still produced in exact accordance with the Admiralty’s specifications for rum. Unlike most rums, Pusser’s uses no flavouring agents. It is 100% natural.
Please note, the Pussers Rum Yachting Decanter (and all other Pussers Decanters) have been discontinued and we only have a very limited amount left.
Contains 1 Litre 42% Pusser’s Rum and comes complete with a ceramic stopper. Today’s Pusser’s is still produced in exact accordance with the Admiralty’s specifications for rum. Read more.