While you wait for the next James Bond film this November, you’ll be able to pass some of the time sipping on a limited edition 007 rum produced by a real life Bond legend.
Chris Blackwell’s lifetime accolades include founding the legendary music label Island Records, membership to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and building the careers of the likes of Bob Marley and U2.
But the British recording legend, who grew up in Jamaica, also scouted locations for Dr. No, the 1962 Bond film. Blackwell, who harbors a lot of love for Jamaica, the Bond series, and rum, set about producing this limited edition to coincide with the release of the 25th film.
“James Bond has been a big part of my life, from my childhood lunches with Ian Fleming at GoldenEye to being a location scout on the first movie, Dr. No (1962),” said Blackwell in a press…