Originally crafted by the company's cellar master, and now a delightful treat we can all enjoy as a staple in the Plantation range. To create this rum, they infuse the rinds of Queen Victoria pineapples in their classic white rum for a week and then distil it, from there the fruit of the pineapples are infused in dark rum for three months. These are then married together and left to age in casks for a further three months.
As for the name, this is in reference to the character Reverend Stiggins from Pickwick Papers, whose favourite drink was 'pineapple rum'.
Combine spirits with your wine order to reach the case rate