Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Gold Miner Spirits has a new member in the family, Barrel Reserve Rum


Press Release from Desert Diamond Distillery in Kingman, Arizona

Gold Miner Spirits has a new member of the family. Our premium Barrel Reserve Rum officially came out of the Barrel Room on January 28th, 2012. Desert Diamond Distillery celebrated with friends and family at our special “Roll Out the Barrel” event Dinner. The first official taste of the new Barrel Reserve Rum was toasted and celebrated after a delicious dessert of tiramisu and rum balls…dinner was chicken with vodka sauce, pork roast with agave glaze, and scalloped potatoes and asparagus served on the side.

With a new bottle and beautifully foiled label, our new Spirit takes center stage with black wax sealing the top and stamped with our family seal. Our gold ribbon finishes it to a finely crafted, one of a kind, old fashioned look. Each label will have room for the barrel and bottle number so you know exactly where your bottle of hand crafted premium barrel reserve rum has come from. We offer our first fifty bottles from our very first barrel at very affordable collecter prices. Bottle #1, $500, Bottle #2, $450, Bottle #3, $400, Bottle #4, $350, and Bottle #5, $300. Bottles #6 through #50 will be $79.99. All bottles numbered #1-#50 will be signed by the owners John and Peter Patt. Bottles #51 and up will be sold at $39.99.

If you haven’t heard of Gold Miner Spirits or Desert Diamond Distillery, please check us out at www.desertdiamonddistillery.com, and look us up on facebook. We have won several awards since our first day of business April 1, 2010. We are open to the public for tours and tastings. Our tours are $5 per person, which is applicable as a credit for any purchase in our show room. The centerpiece of our show room is our iconic bar, rescued from Andre’s now closed restaurant on the old downtown Las Vegas strip. Andre’s bar and restaurant was frequented by Las Vegas celebrities from Frank Sinatra to Danny Gans.

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