Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum

70cl bottle of Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum at 40% ABV

Beneath the cold green waters of the Irish Sea, the Glashtyn guards his treasure trove of pearls. Beware his cry on dark stormy nights, for this aquatic shapeshifter of Manx myth may lure the unwary to a watery end.

The newest creation from The Fynoderee Distillery, Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum takes its name and inspiration from ancient tales of a creature believed to haunt the shores of the Isle of Man. While under the briny wash, it is said to resemble a water horse or bull, watching over a booty of shimmering pearls. But as night bleeds in, the Glashtyn cuts a new form.

Emerging through the foam, a brooding figure sets foot on wet sand and shingle. Heed his call and you may find yourself dragged to the depths.

Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum is made from organic Colombian Panela, a sustainably farmed and completely unrefined cane sugar.

Made from scratch on the Isle of Man (brewed, fermented, distilled and bottled), Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum has been perfected over many months, with a rich and potent recipe featuring Madagascan vanilla, spiced with dried fruit, ginger and cassia, with peppery aniseed notes of hand foraged Manx Alexander seed.

Glashtyn is now available in both 70cl and 5cl bottles and in Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum Fyniatures Cases of 12 x 5cl. To purchase individual 5cl bottles, please visit The Fyn Bar & Shop, Ramsey.

Our beautifully embossed bespoke 70cl bottle features a celtic twist on the front shoulder (designed by local artist Julia Ashby-Smyth), 'ISLE of MAN' on the back shoulder and 'FYNODEREE DISTILLERY' in the base of the bottle. It is topped with a laser-etched cork bottle top which features our iconic Fynoderee swirl.

Learn more about the artwork on our Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum bottle label in The Fyn Journal blog post: Glashtyn: A deep dive into our latest label artwork.

For the perfect "Glashtyn Serve", pour a double measure of Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum into a Tiki Glass over ice, add Fever-Tree Madagascan Cola or Fever-Tree Ginger Ale and garnish with a wedge of lime.