Cabal FAQs

Our Cabal FAQs cover our most common queries but if there is something you can’t find, please contact us.

Where can I buy Cabal No.1513?

You can buy Cabal directly through our website, and it will soon be available through retailers and other licensed premises.

Is there a minimum order?

There is no minimum order when you buy Cabal No.1513

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major debit and credit cards on our website.

Where do you deliver to?

We deliver throughout the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, the EU and across the world.

If you would like to buy Cabal but live outside the UK, please contact theteam@cabalrum.com

For information on delivery times and prices depending on where you live, please go to our Delivery and Returns policy here.

Why is Cabal No.1513 not available for delivery to my country?

Cabal is available for delivery in most countries but the delivery times and prices will vary accordingly. Check our Delivery and Returns Policy for further details.

I have not received a confirmation email – have you received my order?

We’re sorry to hear you haven’t received an order confirmation email. There could be one or two reasons for this. Either your order was not fully placed and processed, or your email details have been entered incorrectly during the transaction process.

Please email theteam@cabalrum.com and we will resolve this issue.

Who will deliver my purchase?

Our packaging and fulfilment partner will deliver your order via the Royal Mail 48®

What is your returns policy for online orders?

If you are not happy with your order and you wish to return it for any reason, please contact theteam@cabalrum.com and we can arrange a refund.

Check our Returns and Delivery Policy  for more details.

What are the terms and conditions for purchases made in Cabal’s online shop?

Harpalion Spirits Limited’s terms & conditions here.

What data protection, privacy and security protocols do you have in place?

At Harpalion Spirits Limited we are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy and data.

Our Privacy Policy explains how we collect data from you when you visit our website, what we do with it, how long we keep it and your rights in relation to the data you have provided to us.

To request a full copy of Harpalion Spirits Limited’s Privacy Policy please contact us at theteam@cabalrum.com

What happens if an item I order is out of stock?

If an item is out of stock this will be clearly shown beneath each product on our shop page.

If, for any reason, an order can no longer be fulfilled due to a product being out of stock, you will be notified and fully reimbursed.

How much does delivery cost?

Delivery to the UK using Royal Mail 48® costs £3.95 per bottle. Delivery varies according to the number of bottles you buy and if you live outside of the UK, additional delivery and customs documentation fees will apply.

Please note – FREE delivery on all pre-order sales of Cabal No.1513 is only available within the UK”

For further information please see our Delivery and Returns policy.

How quickly will my delivery arrive?

Your purchase from Cabal will be dispatched immediately by the Royal Mail 48® hour tracked and signed service for the UK.

For other countries, delivery times are estimated as:

  • EU: Up to 8 days
  • R.O.W: Up to 10 days

How do you make rum?

Rum is made from sugarcane by-products such as molasses, sugarcane syrup or sugarcane juice, by a process of fermentation and distillation. Light rums are usually distilled in a column still, whereas heavy rums tend to be distilled in a pot still. After distillation, rum can be aged anywhere in the world.

There are a number of factors that affect the taste and characteristics of rum, including the raw materials used, the methods of fermentation and distillation, the aging period and even the quality of water used to dilute the final product.

What is aged rum?

Aged rum is rum that has been laid to rest in oak barrels for a prolonged period of time. Typically, these oak barrels were previously used to age bourbon originating from the United States or whisky, cognac or sherry from Europe. Through undergoing the aging process, rums can develop complex colours and flavours depending on the duration of time aged and the casks’ previous use.

What is the difference between dark, gold and white rum?

White rum is also known as light or silver rum and has nearly no colour and a light flavour. It is filtered multiple times to remove any impurities and is not aged for a prolonged period in casks.

Gold rum is also known as amber rum. Unlike white rum, this rum has been aged in wooden casks for a prolonged period of time which gives the spirit its signature colour and often a sweeter, richer flavour.

Dark rum is also known as black rum, and has been aged for the longest out of any of these three types of rum. The extended time it spends aging in wooden casks gives the rum a dark colour and often a deep, smoky-sweet flavour.

How long is Cabal No.1513 aged for?

The rums in Cabal No.1513 have been aged for up to five years.

How many calories are there in rum?

Cabal No.1513 is bottled at 43% ABV and contains 59 kcal/per 25ml

Who is Harpalion Spirits?

Harpalion Spirits Limited is an exciting new spirits company headquartered in Edinburgh which seeks to capitalise on key trends and opportunities in the global spirits sector.

The company’s first spirit brand is Cabal rum, comprising a range of premium and prestige liquids.

For further information visit Harpalion Spirits

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