The Leading Lady In Rum Award: Master Blender — Joy Spence

Thursday, June 06, 2019

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It was an honour to be awarded by the Jamaica Observer and a privilege to be recognised for my passion for premium Jamaican rums at an event that highlights the best in Jamaican culinary experiences.

Appleton Estate Jamaica Rums will be releasing a new blend exclusive to our Rum Experience in Siloah, St Elizabeth, this year; more reasons to take a visit.

I am excited to be a Jamaican rum ambassador, educating people worldwide on the complexity of our rums, and I continue to encourage all Jamaicans to be proud of our rum heritage and success, and to share our rums.

— Joy Spence

Master Blender




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