As the story goes… in the town of Port Royal, Jamaica, during a time and place where debauchery and mayhem were common, sat Wicked Jack’s Tavern. A respectable establishment frequented by any number of questionable characters such as buccaneers, sailors and others who desired a taste of some of the famous fare the Tavern was known for. 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” believed to be a cousin of Jack Scarborough. 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 Ol Gran’s specialties. Her most popular concoction was the tavern’s own rum cake.

The legend of Wicked Jack’s Tavern lives. We believe delicious recipes made with the worlds best rum and combined with the finest ingredients is how Ol Gran built Wicked Jack’s reputation. Even if you’ve never sailed the seven seas, you can still taste the legendary goodness in every bite of our True Jamaican Rum Cake. There is no better rum than Jamaican Rum and no better rum cake than Wicked Jack’s Tavern.

     

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  1. […] tale of Wicked Jack is almost as rich as the cakes themselves. Basically, as the tale goes, in the town of Port Royal, Jamaica, there was a little tavern, Wicked Jack’s of course, […]

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