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You can’t help but warm to Fraser Graham.

From his sense of humour to the fact that he is so utterly genuine.

Raised in a working class family, Fraser’s mum put in shifts at the fish factory and clearly instilled a sense of hard work in her son.

Now a parent himself, Fraser has carried his have a go attitude through life.

It is his sense of adventure, and ability to keep on trying, which has seen him chap on doors and even walk through a building site, in a bid to share his passion.

Marketing development director by day, there’s no denying that Fraser knows how to spin a good yarn.

But he also knows a good product, and the honest tale behind it which started off with two chaps launching a rum company.

One half of Cabezon Beverage, Fraser has been in business with his good friend, David Smith, for a year and a half now.

The pair aren’t looking for swanky brand partnerships, nor are they claiming that their poison will change your life.

But if you let them, this pair want to come along for the ride.

To be a part of your nights out, celebrations, or just plain old chewing the fat with your mates.

Aberdeen’s drink scene is strong. Click below link to read about our growth and why rum is the best:

Cabezon Beverage: The rum company shaking up the Aberdeen drinks scene – Press and Journal

Listen to “Meet the new kids on the Scottish rum block” on Spreaker.

As rum continues to grow in popularity, here’s a chance to listen to us in the Scotsman talking about rum, growing up and Buckfast.

Fraser spoke with Rosalind Erskine about Cabezon Beverage and Ron Cabezon as well as the growing rum industry across the UK. Listen to the podcast for some amusing anecdotes, great questions and too many mentions of Fraserburgh.

Scran season 4: Meet the new kids on the Scottish rum block – Scotsman Food and Drink

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One of our first nice bits of press talking about all the great Scottish distillers, bottlers and blenders that make up the Scottish Craft Rum scene.

Rum is becoming more and more popular across the UK and we are delighted to be playing our small role.

7 of the best Scottish rums for beginners (scotsman.com)

Cabinet minister visits Aberdeenshire ru producer

The Scottish Cabinet Minister for Rural Affairs and Islands, Ms Mairi Gougeon, visited Scottish craft rum producer, Cabezon Beverage in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire to talk about the company’s continued growth and how the government can support growing businesses as the country continues to bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cabezon Beverage was launched during lockdown in October 2020 and their flagship product, Ron Cabezon, is now stocked with the on and off trade from Fraserburgh to St Ives and growing month on month.

Scotland is world renowned for spirit distillation and the Scottish rum scene is getting bigger consistently.

Ms Mairi Gougeon said: “I was delighted to visit Cabezon Beverage to learn about their business, future growth plans and was impressed with their achievements despite the challenges presented over the past year.

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“I was impressed by the work Cabezon Beverage have been doing launching their signature rum during lockdown in October 2020.

“There is growing demand for Scottish rum and Cabezon Beverage are an innovative local business in the Scottish spirits sector.”

Cabinet minister visits Aberdeenshire rum producer – Scotsman Food and Drink

The Accord

North-east producer Cabezon Beverage has released its new Speyside cask-aged expression, Ron Cabezon – The Accord.

An exciting up-and-coming Scottish rum producer has just unveiled a new rum aged in Speyside whisky casks.

Aberdeenshire-based Cabezon Beverage has just revealed the follow-up to its award-winning botanical rum, Ron Cabezon, with the new Speyside cask-aged expression – The Accord.

The name ‘The Accord’ is a subtle reference to the roots of Ron Cabezon, with reference to the city of Aberdeen’s motto ‘Bon Accord’ which means ‘Good Agreement’.

The name also represents the rivalry between Scotland’s favourite spirit whisky and its newest rum and the harmony between the two.

The latest expression is limited to just 350 bottles and is available to pre-order already with delivery before Christmas.

Exciting new Scottish rum producer unveils rum aged in Speyside whisky casks – Daily Record