Nothing beats spiced rum and cola. That’s why Fentimans is proud to partner with The Kraken Rum. The deep sea has met our garden, adding a taste of the Caribbean to our botanical brews. Once you mix The Kraken Black Spiced Rum with Fentimans Curiosity Cola or tonic water, you won’t be able to keep your tentacles away from your glass.
The Kraken Rum is strong, rich, and smooth. It’s distilled from molasses made from locally grown sugar cane, aged for one to two years, and blended with a mix of eleven spices. The black rum wraps around cinnamon, ginger, and clove flavours – mixed with Fentimans’ beverages, your drink cabinet is about to become legendary.
Fentimans has a strong history of locally sourced and organic ingredients. For 100 years, we’ve been brewing botanical beverages, mastering superior quality craftsmanship, and unsurpassed flavour. The Kraken Rum is the perfect partner to continue our flavoursome legacy.
Fentimans is fearless in the face of the Kraken, crashing upon ice to create dark and spicy flavours that bite back before being sinking effortlessly in your mouth.
Kraken Rum goes perfectly with a range of Fentimans’ drinks. Summon them from the deep and try them yourself.
Curiosity Cola and The Kraken Rum
A classic cola and rum is the go-to drink for any fans of the sea-worthy spirit. Natural herbal extracts from the cola bounce with the ginger and cinnamon notes of the rum. It’s perfect with a lot of ice and a great crew for company.
The Perfect Storm Cocktail
Spice lovers rejoice; Fentimans reveals the Perfect Storm Cocktail. Combine 50ml of The Kraken Spiced Rum with 200ml of Fentimans Ginger Beer, a squeeze of lime, and garnish with a lime wedge to finish. You’ll feel the crash of the sea explode in your mouth. See more cocktail recipes from Fentimans.
Premium Indian Tonic Water and The Kraken Rum
A classic, unique, and refreshing taste, all the flavours of Kraken Rum are brought out by Fentimans premium Indian tonic water. Cloud the clear tonic water with the Kraken’s black ink, adding spice to violent bubbles below. It’s a tale worthy of a shanty or two.Back To Blog