Over 150 years ago, the true treasure of the Caribbean wasn't to be discovered in a chest buried on a deserted island, it was to be found in oak barrels stored beneath the Thames. The property of one Alfred Lamb, gentleman and proprietor of a wine and spirit business, the barrels contained Lamb's Navy Rum. Mr Lamb understood that creating a smooth rum took time and patience. Which is why he stored his in a cool cellar for 4 years before allowing a drop to be drunk. Luckily for us, Alfred decided it was a secret too good for him to keep and shared it with the rum-drinking world.