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Wicked Jack's Tavern® Bourbon Rum Cake


Wicked Jack’s Tavern® is thrilled to announce the arrival of our Bourbon Rum Cake – Could this get more wicked?  Our Bourbon taste-testers gave it a solid two thumbs up!

In the town of Port Royal, Jamaica, during a time of debauchery and mayhem, sat Wicked Jack’s Tavern. Frequented by any number of questionable characters, the establishment was named after Wicked Jack Scarborough, a mysterious gent and original proprietor who founded the tavern and disappeared suddenly without a trace weeks after opening.

Taking over the helm was a robust, old widow known to locals as “Ol Gran.” She was a cousin of Jack Scarborough and a popular underground spirits dealer, who, despite her kindly demeanor, drew a hard line with her clientele. Even the harshest patrons considered cleaning up their act, a small cost to pay for the opportunity to indulge in some of her specialties, including her rum cake.

Legend has it that Ol Gran tweaked the cake recipe from time to time when her rum shipments were delayed. With a direct connection from Kentucky, she was able to acquire some of the best bourbons from that area, which she added to her cakes when needed. One day, she accidentally added more bourbon than rum. The cake was so decadent and flavorful that it was added to the tavern’s menu. As the years go on, we continue Ol Gran’s legacy and bring you the most delicious cakes to your table. Even if you’ve never sailed the seven seas, you can still taste the legendary goodness in every bite of our Wicked Jack’s Tavern True Jamaican Bourbon Rum Cake.

A must for the holidays!!!

  • Vanilla flavored, moist, buttery cake is made with true Jamaican Rum and real Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey.
  • 20 oz cake serves 10
  • Rum Cakes are soaked in the finest Jamaican Rum and then vacuum-packed to ensure that Wicked flavor keeps well.
  • Each cake arrives secured in a plastic plate
  • Our cakes are shelf stable; refrigerate after opening if anything is left.