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Welcome to the GIN Food & Drink Store
Food and drink is as varied and exciting as islands themselves. Here you will find a selection of websites pertaining to many very different food and drink providers, most of which are island or region specific.
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Mount Gay Rum
The oldest rum in Barbados and, more importantly, the world.
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Nuka Hiva Trading
A Hawaii-based company specializing in the marketing of kava and noni from Hawaii and other Pacific islands.
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Pitcairn Island Pure Honey
Pitcairn has one of the most disease free bee populations of anywhere in the world and the honey produced is of an exceptionally high quality. The rich and intense fruitiness of Pitcairn's honey is attributed to the nectar from the Mango, Lata, Passion Flower, Guava and Roseapple flowers found in abundance on Pitcairn.
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Red Stripe
The great Jamaican beer since 1928.
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Rhum Barbancourt
Unlike industrial rum made from the fermentation of molasses, a by-product of the production of cane sugar, Rhum Barbancourt is an agricultural rum made from fermented sugar cane juice. It is aged in Limousin oak barrels in the Domaine's chais to express its unique flavor and bouquet - a subtle blending of Haiti's sun and soil.
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Sardinia Organic
Organic products from Sardinia.
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Scottish Island Beers
Fine ales brewed on ArranLewisOrkneyShetland and Skye.


Scottish Island Whiskies
Called 'The Queen of the Hebrides', Islay's natural resources - fertile soil, extensive peat bogs and wonderful soft peaty water - mixed with sea breezes and traditional distilling processes, produce the most easily distinguishable of all malt whiskies with many devotees worldwide.  There are eight distilleries operating on Islay including ArdbegBowmoreBruichladdich and Laphroaig.

The Isle of Jura comes from the neighbouring island but further north there is Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull and Talisker distillery on the Isle of Skye.

Scotland's newest distillery is on the Isle of Arran and the most northerly ones are Highland Park and Scapa situated on Orkney.



Seamoss Products
Seamoss is a form of seaweed renowned for its nutritious and energy-giving properties. St. Lucian seamoss has a clean, refreshing taste which can be subtly enhanced by delicate spices, fruit and other natural flavourings.
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Sunny Caribbee Spice Company
Our culinary collection is bursting with over 300 flavourful items - imaginatively packaged spices and seasonings, sauces and condiments, and local preserves, along with coffees and teas. 
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