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Pirate's Grog Best Halloween Punch in 3 Easy Steps

My Bloody  Mermaid  Punch Whether you're hosting a party, need to contribute to your mate's party (c'mon they have struggling with cello-tape and that cobweb stuff for hours) or just fancy staying in and having a Hellraiser marathon... Pirate's Grog have sorted the drink out for Halloween 2016 in just 3 easy steps.

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The Best Christmas Markets 2016

Left behind are the long hazy days sipping rum and soaking up the festival magic of British Summer time. Although the pirates are struggling to succumb to this bitter London chill, they have plenty of Caribbean spirit left for the lead up for Christmas. (The bottled kind, too!)  

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We Love Coffee- Come and See Why at London Cocktail Week...

After a summer of voyages, Pirate's Grog will be settling back into the depths of East London at the exciting London Cocktail Week 3rd - 9th October, the biggest celebration of the capital's cocktail scene. Spitalfields Market will be a temporary home to a spectrum of drinks vendors and to add to the excitement, Pirate's Grog are teaming up with the London based 'Department of Coffee and Social Affairs'. There will be premium rum cocktails with a coffee twist, vivacious masterclasses and all round good vibes packed into a hub of taste bud elation...

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Pirate's Pineapple Flambé Recipe

Pirate’s Grog works great in cocktails and on the rocks, but have you ever tried adding some to your evening meal…?  Cooking with Pirate's Grog certainly releases notes of vanilla, raisin and butterscotch which is great for both sweet and savoury dishes.  We have one favourite in mind, perfect for a balmy evening! It's the fluffy creamy gloriousness of a Pirate's Pineapple Flambé... 

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What's the difference between Rum, Rhum, and Ron …?

Are you unbeatable in your knowledge of rum? Did you ever wonder if there's any differences between the Rum, Rhum and Ron …? The obvious difference is their origin but there are many other ways to classify different rums. (Their age is another way of distinguishing them. It is essential to know that there are three different “styles” of rum. We call the English style rum “Rum”, the French style “Rhum” and the Spanish style “Ron”.

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