Dead Man's Fingers Rum
Dead Man’s Fingers are originally from St Ives in Cornwall, but now have a distillery in Bristol and a base in London too.
The journey all started inside the Rum and Crab Shack, a seafood restaurant in St Ives, where they got their idea for producing extraordinary rums with unconventional flavours. The brand takes its name from the long, finger-like gills that are inside crabs, which are called ‘dead man’s fingers’ due to folklore saying if you eat them, you die (you definitely don’t).
Their bold and striking bottle design will certainly stand out on any bar and their unique flavours are worth taking to social events for you and your friends to try.