Alcoholic Spirits

Kraken Attacks California Rum

Beware Kraken Attacks California rum when served up as a bitter beast and paired with a chilling take Monterey’s Bobo, a cryptid nicknamed the old man.


Kraken Attacks California Rum Sips & Spirits


What’s on the menu?

Today, we are calling upon a spirit from Proximo Spirits in Jersey City, New Jersey. We’re using their Kraken Attacks California Rum to conjure The Bitter Beast cocktail.

Cocktail Mixology

Chelsea’s Tasting Notes

Kraken Rum Attacks Shot
  • Interesting aroma.
  • Coffee ground aftertaste.
  • It has a roasted flavor mixed with the sweet.
  • It

Bitter Beast Cocktail

  • It has a lot of orange flavors in it.
  • I wonder how adding Grand Mariner in place of the Triple Sec might add to flavor.
  • The more you drink it, the bitterness builds on your tongue.

Erick’s Tasting Notes

Kraken Rum Attacks Shot
  • A little bitter and a little sweet.
  • Not really a sipping rum.
  • Can see it being a good cocktail rum.

Bitter Beast Cocktail

  • Because you don’t shake this cocktail, you layer it, at first all you taste is the bitters, so be sure to stir it before drinking.
  • With the orange juice flavors, I could see this as a morning cocktail.
  • Would love to make this into a punch bowl.

Liquor Facts

Chelsea pulls you into the enigma of Kraken’s black spiced rum and lore then divulges into whispers of a secret society. Kraken Rum is quite secretive

Would You Rather

Would you rather be attacked by a kraken in the middle of a blue hole or in an underwater cavern?

Story Notes

Erick went local with a captain’s account of a mysterious creature from our very own Monterey Bay known as the old man, Bobo. He then took us across the United States to a creepy corpse loving seaweed in Cape Cod.

Last Call

Are you drawn to the ocean’s secrets?

Close Your Tab

Thank you so much for joining us around the bar. We hope you’ll stay tuned for even more spooky sips very soon.

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