Dead Man's Fingers

Dead Man's Fingers

Created at a famous seafood restaurant in Cornwall (a county in the very south-west of the UK) called the Rum & Crab Shack, they wanted to do things a little different.....

"We looked at what everyone else was doing, then we did the opposite"

They rejected the old traditions, instead wanting to explore new and unusual flavours, and had these get "comfortable" with nutmeg, vanilla and a hint of Orange.

The result was their Spiced Rum, which works well on its own as well as mixed in cocktails or as a long drink. 

The name.... this was actually inspired by one of the most popular items on the menu. Crab is exceptionally popular, and the long, finger-like gills inside the crab are called ‘dead man’s fingers’ (folklore says if you eat them, you'll die..... this isn't true, they're just not the tastiest, so are removed and discarded).

As with their flavours, they didn't go down the route of naming or taking inspiration from the Caribbean or pirates (they think this has been done more than enough). They felt the name was so wrong, it just felt right! Apparently...... the skull is that of the last man to eat the Dead Man's Fingers.....

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