Welcome to the Official website of St. Johns Bay Rum

Manufactured by West Indies Bay Company in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Award-Winning Shaving Products

In addition to our renowned St. Johns Fragrances, we are offering our carefully crafted shaving products that have been made in the Virgin Islands since 1946. We still use our original formulas of blended essential oils, spices, and natural essences from the Caribbean.

Spicy, bracing, St Johns Bay Rum and refreshing, citrusy West Indian Lime. A unique way to start your day.

If you have a question or want to order by phone call toll Free 800-4BAYRUM  (422-9786) within the United States, Caribbean and Canada. We can also help you find a store near you.

For any other areas, please dial: 340-774-2166 or send us an email.

Orders will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail directly from the U.S. Virgin Islands.


This Father's Day, give the gift that has inspired generations - free shipping included

May 14, 2014

In honour of Father's Day, we are offering free priority shipping on all U.S. orders over 40 USD. This offer is valid until June 14th. Give the gift, that has inspired generations and is still produced locally right here in the US Virgin Islands since 1946. Besides the original St. Johns Bay Rum, we offer colognes, after shaves, shaving products, soaps and much more. Don't hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-4BAYRUM for more information. Continue Reading →

Vintage Ads from the 1960s

April 06, 2014

Original St. Johns Bay Rum ads as featured in The New Yorker Magazine. Continue Reading →

Next Time: Don't forget to wear St. Johns Bay Rum

February 24, 2014

Cheryl Blackerby from the Palm Beach Daily News wrote a great piece last weekend on St. John, jewel of the Caribbean. As she is describing her stay in Virgin Island National Park:  "I found my tent, and went to sleep as cool breezes blew in from the sea just 100 feet away and ruffled the fragrant leaves of bay rum trees."  On your next trip, enjoy the St. Johns Bay Rum fragrances made from these same bay rum trees. Continue Reading →