A weird name, a skull on the bottle and flavours that simply make you happy. This is our Dead Man's Fingers, a delicious rum and a true unique piece! The brand and its unusual name originate in the fish restaurant called Crab Shack. It thus comes from the small coastal village of St. Ives in Cornwall, a county on the southwest coast of England, near Plymouth.
Inside the Rum and Crab Shack, a famous seafood joint in picturesque St Ives, Cornwall; crusty old tradition was rejected in favour of flavours new and so a spiced rum was born, Dead Man's Fingers. This premium spiced rum took inspiration from unusual local flavours and then took one step further. The range now includes the tropically inspired Coconut Rum... perfect for a Pina Colada!
As it should be for a restaurant on the coast, crabs are also on the menu in the Crab Shack. These are still surrounded by the wildest myths today. The reason for this is the long, finger-like gills, which are often referred to as The Dead Man's Fingers, the Fingers of the Dead. According to legend, you die as soon as you eat these gills. Ultimately, the strange name for our rum comes from here.
The goal was to create a rum with the Dead Man's Fingers that defies all existing conventions and frees them from tyranny. Ancient traditions have been discarded in favor of new flavors and combined with real Cornish Souls to produce unusual flavours.
The result: Exceptional rums, which are expressed by very special ingredients in unmistakable flavours. Made with a lot of passion and passion. And you can taste that too!