Caldwell's Rum

Description: 4” x 7.5” tall. Embossed with “CALDWELL’S RUM” and a ship with several rum barrels. HISTORY: In 1790 Caldwell's Newburyport Rum was barrel aged, which gave it a butterscotch aroma. It was sold in thick glass bottles and eventually embossed with a trademark three-masted schooner. Most of it was consumed locally but some was exported as part of the triangular transatlantic slave trade. Caldwell's last survivor, closed its Newburyport operation in 1961.
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History

History: IN 1790 Caldwell Rum Co. got its start. Caldwell’s Newburyport Rum was barrel aged, which gave it a butterscotch aroma. It was sold in thick glass bottles, eventually embossed with a trademark three-masted schooner. Most of it was consumed locally, but some was exported as part of the triangular transatlantic slave trade. Caldwell’s last survivor, closed its Newburyport operation in 1961