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RCO

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I have this bottle too and it’s slightly taller than the Starlites. The Laing’s I have is also the same height of the Jackson.

I don't have any Jamaican dry bottles and never found one in the wild ever , must not of been sold much around here it at all , although it was being sold in other parts of Ontario .

seen bottles before at antique stores but never really though about buying one
 

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Here’s another Alberta JD quart I have it’s from Lethbridge.
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Here are four 28 oz Jamaica Dry from Saskatchewan. Can't seem to find a 10 oz from Swift Current or Prince Albert for some reason. You would think Starlite, Sakatoon would have a 28 oz also.
 

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Here are four 28 oz Jamaica Dry from Saskatchewan. Can't seem to find a 10 oz from Swift Current or Prince Albert for some reason. You would think Starlite, Sakatoon would have a 28 oz also.
Not sure if Starlite bottled it?....this was a pretty successful product back in the day!
 

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