Win a trip for two to Jamaica

Celebrations are well under way for the 50th anniversary of Jamaican Independence all over the world.

And whilst parties are taking place everywhere from Bodden Town to Bangor City, you can bet that Jamaica herself is the place to be this year.

Luckily The Cayman Islands Journal in conjunction with Appleton Estate have a brilliant competition lined up, which can take you there.

Simply head to, fill in the details and answer three questions about Appleton Estate. You can also visit a Jacques Scott store and buy any bottle of Appleton Rum and enter that way if you like.

The winner plus a friend/spouse/lucky stranger will be flying to Jamaica where you will spend three nights at Strawberry Hill as well as visiting the Appleton Estate for a true rum experience.

Deadline for all entries is Sunday, 2 September.

Terms and conditions:

The Appleton Estate Competition is a Cayman Free Press and Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits sponsored competition to be published in the Caymanian Compass, The Journal, What’s Hot the Observer on Sunday and

The competition is a chance to win a trip for two to Jamaica. The prize includes two return air flights to Jamaica, accommodation for three nights at Strawberry Hill and a tour of the Appleton Estate.

Cayman Free Press will start the Appleton Estate Competition on Thursday, 26 July, and participation in the competition is by either entering all required fields and answering three questions on the competition entry form through or by purchasing a bottle of Appleton Rum at any Jacques Scott Store and adding your name and contact number to the receipt.

The competition will end at midnight on Sunday, 2 September.

The winner of the Appleton Estate Competition will be drawn the week beginning 2 September and the winner will be contacted accordingly. The prize must be taken within one year and blackout dates may apply. You must book your trip at least one month before you plan to travel.

The Appleton Estate Competition is open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Cayman Free Press and Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits employees or their immediate family are not eligible to enter.

Cayman Free Press makes no representations or warranties and there are no conditions or any kind, express or implied, with respect to the prize offered through this Appleton Estate Competition.

Only one entry per email address.