Bailey Pryor, acclaimed Hollywood documentary film director created a documentary titled The Real McCoy, based on the story of Bill McCoy, the pioneer rum runner of the Prohibition era, and won 5 Emmy awards for this film.
In January of 1920, McCoy was the first to fill a boat with alcohol in the Caribbean, sail it up to New York City, and legally act as a floating liquor store three miles off shore.
It was this story which set the wheels in motion for Bailey Pryor to create one of the most awarded rum brands in the world in conjunction with legendary master distiller Richard Seale at Foursquare distillery in Barbados.
The Real McCoy rums are fully unadulterated style rums with no added sugars or flavourings.
All expressions are aged in ex bourbon casks with the Silver rum aged for 3 years and then subsequently clarified.
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