“French tradition rum”

Pirate Examiner: French tradition rum, Saint James not a review, an application..

Fun little writeup on the difference between French and Spanish tradition rums. Plus a recipe called “The Blood of the Pirate”, which sounds awfully cool until you ponder why it’s the pirate and not the Spaniard that’s doing the bleeding.

Comments (5)

  1. The Quartermaster

    Well.. the French are traditionally smelly and hairy while the Spanish are traditionally full of douche baggery…. wait. This is about rum?

    No comment. =)

  2. ODERELSSEYE

    He was a Spanish Pirate that did the bleeding..And Ye forgot that? You were thar!

  3. cutthroat_steve

    well why don’t you guys that haven’t even seen the ocean shut up and make your own rum then there’s no b(*&^^& you can call it whatever you want polly” pie juice or whatever else you think is piratey

  4. Bilge (Post author)

    Not sure who yer addressin’, Steve, or what exactly brought on yer grumpy attitude.

    I myself have sailed 4 of the 7 seas of the ancient world. 5, depending on how generously ya count. I’ve spent more than a month at sea in a single stretch, and on vessels from wind to nuclear powered.

  5. The Quartermaster

    Cutthroat may be french or possibly spanish which would warrant his reply after my own.

    Besides, if I made my own rum it would have such a nasty title that no one would even want to try it.

    “QM’s private juice stash. Freshly squozen” lol. you see where I’m going with this.

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