Universally inspired. Authentically aged. Originally served as the yet-unnamed house rum at rum savant Toby Tyler’s restaurant on Harbour Island—or Briland, as referred to by its inhabitants—the first bottle was simply labeled with a stylized image of a Bahamian woman. Locals and visitors would call for the rum with the Afrohead on it—and so Afrohead Rum was born. The character of Afrohead’s Briland 07 is still the same as when it was first blended in 2007—a silky smooth, 7-year old rum that vibrates with notes of toasty oak from aging in once-used bourbon barrels.