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Giveaway: Appleton Estate 12-Year-Old Jamaican Rum

Since 1749.
Since 1749.
Jacob Katel
As part of a whirlwind marketing tour, the excellent people of Appleton Estate stopped by Miami New Times to introduce/reacquaint the staff with their world-renowned Jamaican rum.

Short Order was drunk at 11 a.m. It was awesome.

To prove how much we value our readership, we are giving away a bottle of Appleton Estate Extra 12-Year, a premium product of the highest caliber.

Oh yeah, it's also signed by Appleton Estate master blender Joy Spence, the first female in her position in the entire liquor industry. Follow the jump for proof, more pictures, and to find out how to win.

Appleton Estate's master blender Joy Spence signing (what could be) your bottle.
Appleton Estate's master blender Joy Spence signing (what could be) your bottle.
One Love, Joy Spence, June 16, 2009
One Love, Joy Spence, June 16, 2009

She's got nice thick legs -- that's an actual technical term.
She's got nice thick legs -- that's an actual technical term.

The Appleton Estate reserve is also an excellent liquor product.
The Appleton Estate reserve is also an excellent liquor product.

The discerning nose will note hints of orange, walnut, vanilla, and nutmeg.
The discerning nose will note hints of orange, walnut, vanilla, and nutmeg.

That's 260 years.
That's 260 years.

Here's what I was drinking.
Here's what I was drinking.


All you have to do to enter to win a full bottle of Appleton Estate Extra 12-year rum signed by master blender Joy Spence is write an original poem about drinking rum in Miami and leave it as a comment to this post. Be sure to leave a valid email address so we can contact you if you win. The winner will be chosen based on best poem, as determined by a panel of expert judges. Ready, set, go!

UPDATE: Winner must be at least 21 years old with proof.


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