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Introducing: Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast

Posted by Arctic Wolf on September 29, 2016

captain-morgan-jack-oblast-bottle-shotToday Captain Morgan announced a new offering just in time for the October Halloween season. Building upon the success of last year’s release of Captain Morgan Cannon Blast (see my review here), Captain Morgan is adding a new Limited Edition Spiced Rum to the shots category with their brand new Pumpkin Spiced Rum, Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast Limited Edition Pumpkin Spiced Rum, the first pumpkin spiced rum offering to ever hit shelves

The premise of the new spiced flavour is autumn in a shot glass, as Captain Morgan has blended Caribbean rum with some of your favorite fall flavors, fresh pumpkin and cinnamon (as well as other autumnal spices) creating what they hope will be an insanely delicious shot. Of course, I had to put it through the paces of my review system to see if it was all that Captain Morgan promised.

You may click on the following link to read my full review:

Review: Captain Morgan Jack-O’ Blast


Although the new Limited Edition Spiced Rum is being marketed for the shot glass, Captain Morgan’s media team also sent me this promotional serving they hope you will enjoy, the Apple Jack-O Cocktail:

Apple Jack-O Cocktail

1.5 oz. Captain Morgan Jack O’Blast
4 oz. Chilled Apple Cider

Add Ice to a serving Glass
Add Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast with chilled apple cider
Enjoy Responsibly!


4 Responses to “Introducing: Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast”

  1. Jason Beecher said

    The cannon blast was a total flop in DC and Northern VA. The bars could not give shots away and many tried. There are bars that still have bottles sitting around because no one will drink it.

  2. Earl Elliott said

    Chip. I picked up a bottle of this last week in Chicago. My wife convinced me to purchase it for the bottle. It is a great improvement over the Cannon Blast, which isn’t saying much as that was dreadful tasting stuff. My friend and I sampled it last Sunday and put some on apple pie. Not bad. Further sipping led us to conclude that it is palatable as a novelty rum in small amounts.
    I would say that it’s similar to Captain Morgan Private Stock mixed with pumpkin pie spices.

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