The Blue Flame Manual
Siddiqui (sid-E-key), the code word for moonshine, means “my friend” in Arabic. The secret recipe for this spirit of the desert was artfully crafted by engineers and detailed in The Blue Flame Manual including step by step distillation instructions distributed so people could safely and discreetly make alcohol in their homes using this method that’s been perfected over the last 68 years. For millions of contractors from all fields including oilmen, doctors, teachers, military and construction workers, the word “Siddiqui” will conjure up images of that cool relaxing drink that welcomed you at the end of your grueling, hot, day in the desert. Those who have ventured through the Middle East either know about Siddiqui, have drank Siddiqui or have discretely made Siddiqui at home. Some recall it as a whiskey, others a vodka, but Siddiqui is a rum like no other.
Siddiqui | Arabic, noun | Sid-e-key
1. In English, Siddiqui means “my friend”
2. In the Middle East, Siddiqui is the code word used for moonshine since the 1950’s
Our Rum has been perfected by six decades of moonshiners using the blue flame recipe.