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10 Cane Light rum

Romeo Light rum, a hybrid pot/column-distilled, Black Pearl Select molasses-based rum that’s bottled unaged at 90 proof.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Kieron wood from United Kingdom with 382 ratings

The best bottle of white style rum for me but still not me as I prefer dark and gold rum so that's quite a high score for a white rum for me .....

Posted over 3 years ago by Alan from United States with 83 ratings

This is a tough one to review. It's neither a sipping rum, nor an affordable mixer. It's mostly overpriced for what it is.

Posted over 7 years ago by Scott T from United States with 120 ratings

but has some rough edges. Adds interesting flavors to mixed drinks.

Posted over 7 years ago by Skulman from United States with 117 ratings

Has a slight bitter flavor to me.

Posted almost 7 years ago by rhum boogie from United Kingdom with 30 ratings

not the best for sipping, it works well in a mix, slightly yellow rather than gold, once swallowed it's gone without leaving much in the way of taste, non the less drinkable.

Posted about 6 years ago by Shane from United States with 26 ratings

Paid lots for this to be mixed with coke at an event in San Diego. It wasn't my favorite and I would not choose it unless it was aged. I would not consider this smooth by any means.

Posted over 5 years ago by KJ from United States with 24 ratings

It's either, I was having a bad day or the 40% alcohol (80 proof) they write on the bottle is a misprint. From the looks of some of these other reviews, probably the latter is true. Anyway, I have had 10 Cane straight up, on the rocks, in a daiquiri, in a mojito and six ways to Sunday, but I always feel the same about it. Marketing won't make this rum taste better, only lime, simple syrup and ice.

Even though it's made by Moet Hennessy and they portray it in ads with Trinidadians hanging out on boats dancing to slow jams, it doesn't taste easy or fun. It could definitely be smoother, and more complex given the relationship. It's one of the few gold rums (of which I haven't had many, so I can't compare), but Trinidad has better rums. Do yourself a favor, and only buy this if you want to get tipsy on a rum in the $20 to $25 range; otherwise, buy a bottle of rhum from the French West Indies to get that cognac taste.

Posted 20 days ago by Docsarvis (PREMIUM) from United States with 27 ratings

Not at all complex. Not smooth. The "bite" is much to forward. A little vanilla and orange in there but not enough. Unbalanced. Poor finish. Not a sipper. Might make a very good mixer but you can get those for less money.

Posted over 3 years ago by Mo McGurk from United States with 159 ratings

Wasn't particularly smooth even when mixed with cola. Had hoped for more.

Posted over 2 years ago by EDUARDO LANDAVERY from Peru with 75 ratings

Un ron joven ameno... fuerte pero con caracter, siempre respetado por todos los roneros.

Posted over 5 years ago by Tutor from France with 19 ratings

Rhum équilibré, semble un peu trop sec au début mais la bouche s'y habitue pour devenir agréable. Arôme de vanille

Posted over 4 years ago by Steven Cooremans from Belgium with 41 ratings

Medium sweetness, very fresh taste but no complexity.

Posted almost 6 years ago by Felipe P from United States with 70 ratings

New recipe has made this Agricole undrinkable

Posted about 6 years ago by N Bishop from United States with 18 ratings

I could not drink it with cola or straight. Could definitely taste potential, just not among my common mixers. I suspect it would be best mixed with other alcohols and fruit juices as it seems to be missing something.

Posted about 3 years ago by Matthew Brown from United States with 27 ratings

A weird cynical use of Moet's time. It's a fine rum but not serviceable in any other way than to exist. I feel an important duty to be crappy to this product.