J. Gow Rum takes its name from the infamous Orkney pirate John Gow. The rum is produced in Scotland, on Lamb Holm a tiny island. The distillery sits metres away from the sea. It may well be one of the smallest rum producing islands in the world. They produce a range of rum styles, using various fermentation techniques with different percentages of backset/dunder, mainly focusing on heavier, more full-bodied rums.