Westerhall Rum - Official Rum Sponsor

The Westerhall Estate has been producing sugar cane, nutmeg, bananas, limes and rum on the island of Grenada since the 18th century. These natural flavours of the Spice Isle of the Caribbean help make Westerhall Rum unique.

The estate has refined, perfected and protected the fundamental principles behind the production of Westerhall rum - it is still infused with native scents and flavours, is still aged in oak barrels, and still has a distinctive buttery, honey-sweet yet spicy character. Thanks to the efforts of the Williams and Wells families who now run the estate it now wins prestigious international awards including The Spirits Business Rum Masters Challenge, the World Drink Awards and The International Taste and Quality Institute's Superior Taste Award.

Westerhall has five flagship rums, named for the years they are aged for: No.2, No 3, No 5, No 7 and No 10. Each has a distinctive flavour profile, but there is a consistent theme across the range of natural Grenadian spice and citrus tones. Westerhall Rums have distribution across the UK and parts of Europe and acclaim from some of the best mixologists and spirit connoisseurs in London.

Westerhall has five flagship rums, named for the years they are aged for: No.2, No 3, No 5, No 7 and No 10. Each has a distinctive flavour profile, but there is a consistent theme across the range of natural Grenadian spice and citrus tones. Westerhall Rums have distribution across the UK and parts of Europe and acclaim from some of the best mixologists and spirit connoisseurs in London.

There’s something very important to be learned from the Grenadian people. A lesson about seeing and accepting the inherent joy in life, no matter what comes your way. It’s a lesson that’s easy to preach and hard to live by, but we think a little rum at the end of the day is one small step towards it. As you enjoy our rum, wherever you are, take a minute to do just that – enjoy. Let everything else wait for a while.

Westerhall at Lendy Cowes Week

Westerhall were offering early evening discounts to competitors at the ever popular Rum Shack on Cowes Parade. They threw a hugely popular Caribbean Party on the first Saturday and supplied their delicious rums for the Cowes Week Ltd Cocktail Party at the Royal Yacht Squadron, Ladies Day Reception at Northwood House and the Fever-Tree Crew Cap Party at Shepards Marina. Their take on the classic sailors' tipple, Dark 'n' Stormy, the Grenadine infused "Pink 'n' Stormy" cocktail is now a perennial favourite at the event.