Coming to Camps Bay next March just wondering do the bars do Bacardi or is it a local rum.Its all my husband drinks.Thanks for any information.
Most decent bars have Bicardi white rum. The rougher ones, which I doubt you will go to, won't have any white rum and will just have cheap vodka.Edited: 28 July 2013, 20:49
Bacardi is freely available in South Africa.
Thanks Gavin X that makes my hubby a happy man :-) xxxx
When I asked for Bacardi at our hotel, they said they didn't have it but they did have white rum?!Edited: 29 July 2013, 04:39
There is also a range of alco pops called Bicardi Breezers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacardi_Breezer which can cause confusion.
We got back from Camps Bay on Sunday, my wife drinks Bacardi and Coke and is very particular
that it is Bacardi (when we go on all inclusive holidays we have to take our own bottle as she will not
drink the cheaper version!)
We had no issue getting bacardi, it is freely available!
Having just got back 3 days ago if you do have any questions by all means just ask!!
@Traveller - There are lots of other white rums than Bacardi. The best is Havana Club Anejo Blanco the foundation of the classic Cuban Mojito Available in lots of Cape Town bars.
In most decentt bars and restaurant bars around Cape Town you will get a much wider range of spirits than most UK bars and pubs. From all over the world and MUCH cheaper than the UK. Single standard spirits are between R8 and R18 for a single - 45p to £1. For example my local cocktail bar in Hout Bay has Johnnie Walker Whisky - Red Label, Black Label, Blue Label, Green Label, Gold Label (and Gold Reserve), Platinum Label and even King George V Blue - although that is R520 - £28 a single! And lots of quite unusual Single Malts.Edited: 05 February 2014, 13:19
Cocktail bar in Hout Bay? Where & what is the name pse?
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