The Cayman Islands situated in the Caribbean Sea are what most would call paradise. Aside from the beautiful reefs and marine life, lush forests, white sand beaches and excellent fishing, the Cayman Islands are also known for their exceptional drinks and distilleries. In no particular order, check out this list of the top 5 Cayman wine and liquor shops.
West Indies Wine Company
Located in Camana Bay, West Indies Wine Company is nothing short of impressive when it comes to Cayman wine. With 80 different wines to choose from, your glass of wine will be the perfect temperature thanks to their highly reputable Napa Technology Wine Stations. Having trouble deciding? The West Indies Wine Company has a sommelier on staff to provide an in-house tasting.
Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits
Stocked with award-winning wines from several countries, the islands’ most popular beers, as well as premium liquor brands, Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits is the largest retailer of alcohol in Cayman. While many brand names they offer are recognizable (IE: Guinness for beer, Jack Daniels for spirits), they make sure to include local favorites such as Appleton Rum.
With multiple locations along the coastline, Blackbeards offers free delivery and has a wide selection of beer, wine and spirits. Known as the only store in Cayman to let you try a sample before you buy, Blackbeards employs many in-house wine connoisseurs to help make your decision easier.
Cayman’s traditional wine merchant offers an international selection of wine and champagne at a low cost. With shelves stocked for both special occasions and everyday drinking, Vino Veritas is able to offer cellar prices because they do not own any retail outlets. Like Blackbeards, Vino Veritas also offers free delivery to your home or office.
Known best for their huge selection and great deals, Premier Wines offers many luxury brands as well as collectible wines. Brand names include Bollinger, Moet, and Chandon. Premier Wines also offers a wide range of craft beer, which they will sell at their popular “pop up pub” events.