The Enmore distillery in Guyana used to be home to the famous two-column wooden Coffey still, the last operating wooden still in the world. Enmore closed in 1993, and the Coffey still is now at Diamond, the last remaining rum distillery in Guyana. The task of bottling the final casks of Enmore rum is now up to independent bottlers such as Jack Tar. In 2021 they released the Enmore 30 Years Old Jack Tar Alpha & Omega 1988-1990, a set of two bottles containing an identical heavy proof rum distilled in Enmore’s unique wooden still. This expression is made up of three ex-bourbon barrels: cask #42, distilled in 1988; cask #40, distilled in 1990; and cask #55, distilled in 1990. They underwent at least 30 years of tropical and continental ageing, before being bottled together at a cask strength of 51.6%.