How to move from insurance to rum in five easy steps

How to move from insurance to rum in five easy steps

Trying to impress your older brothers can be tough, but it makes great practice for later on in life. My guest today, George Frost, found this out when launching his own Caribbean rum. In fact, his entire childhood led up to this moment. His summers spent in the islands were the training group to creating his own rum, The Duppy Share.

Everyone asks about the name – I’ll let him tell you that story. Just know, be careful around a duppy and always treat them with respect.

Where you can hear me drinking next:

If you want to find out more about where to drink rum punch, check out’s post on the island of Grenada where we drank loads of them.

Next week we’ll be headed to Colombia in South America, visiting LA Hechicera rum in Baranquilla and all the bars we can in Bogota and Cartagena. We’ll have more episodes when we return.  

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