From Nevis to Jamaica, to Anguilla and Turks and Caicos–this week’s Caribbean Wrap Up has us bouncing to some pretty amazing places.

Read about Pusser’s new Gunpoweder Proof rum, find out which Caribbean paradise the late artist Prince loved to spend time on, and get to know Portland, Jamaica as well as the seductive Nevis. Don’t you wish we could snap our fingers and boom, we were there? I think about that every day.

Enjoy the stories!

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Pusser’s Rum Gunpowder Proof: Presented at Gunpowder Proof, 54.5% ABV, this rum is dark coppery amber rum that sends pungent notes of molasses, toffee, honey, spices and oak.  Pusser’s Gunpowder Proof is full bodied rum with a solid flavor profile and a long smooth mellow finish in spite of the overproof status of the rum. –Story by Bahama Bob

Prince’s Caribbean Island: Prince was a revolutionary, a man who changed what we think and known about music and the music industry. But like many of the world’s biggest stars, he was a lover of the Caribbean. And for Prince, it was Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, one of the region’s top celebrity hotspots. –Story by Caribbean Journal

9 Fun Things To Do In Anguilla: Take a walk along the Sandy Ground area of Anguilla and end up at Elvis’ beach bar for a rum punch. Elvis’ is a truly unique bar, the bar itself is inside a boat with the bar stools hugging the perimeter. The owner, Elvis has recently expanded with a small restaurant next door to the bar, it is infamous for its delicious fish tacos. –Story by Carib Tours

Jamaica, Uncovering Portland: When most tourists think of a visit to Jamaica, the first choices for places of stay are usually, Negril, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios; in that order. More recently however, Portland, Jamaica, has become increasingly popular among the best vacation spots in Jamaica. In fact, it has now reached a stage where it could be matched to the aura experienced in Negril, and Ocho Rios. -Story by Uncover Your Caribbean

Nevis – The Paradise of Breathtaking Beauty: Colonized in the 1700s, Nevis was once home to a booming sugar cane enterprise. Settlers made their fortune there and built magnificent mansions where the upper crust would meet and revel in shameless largesse. Today, it is one of the world’s most unique vacation destinations and is home to some of the most picturesque beaches and interesting sites anywhere in the Caribbean. -Story by Caribbean Charter Flights

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