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10 Cane Light rum

10 Cane Light

Trinidad and Tobago | Light

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

via American Rum Report

6.2/10
93 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great

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93 10 Cane Light ratings

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Posted over 1 year ago by JeffBuck from United States with 80 ratings

Not overly complex but also how alcohol burn/flavor

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Posted over 1 year ago by Kuinn from United States with 2 ratings

Use it mainly for mix. Not my favorite for sipping.

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Posted almost 2 years ago by Jason from United States with 87 ratings

I’ve had this a few times and have not been impressed. I would use this only as a mixer. Has a harsh flavor alone and needs to be cut.

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Posted 2 years ago by cantongamer from United States with 11 ratings

This rum was a bit over prices when I got it and I did not care for the harsh flavor. I ended up using this as a mixer rum that I wouldn't wait to be finished with.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Jack from United States with 27 ratings

I had this years ago on a recommendation from a friend for an Agricole rum to try. Agricoles arent really my thing. I prefer bigger English style rums. I found it a bit hot not as flavorful as ide like.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 414 ratings

I have not found a bottle of this in a few years. I remember how unique it was and how smooth it was going down. I usually drank it on the rocks. Being so smooth, it was very easy to knock away a whole bottle in one day, and with no penalty whatsoever the next day.

Let's just say that it is a modified agricole or cachaca without any matching tastes to those, nor does it have any additives. It is a light gold colored white rum, so yes, it does have an identity problem, which is maybe why I liked it so much. It was light years better than mass produced mixers and at about $30 per bottle, it was too expensive to use as a mixer. Also, when consumed on the rocks, there was no hangover the next day, which is probably another reason that I like it.

As others have said, this is best described as an expensive mixer, which is probably why it is so hard to find these days. I do believe that it has been discontinued. But if I saw a bottle on the shelves, I would gladly buy out whatever few they had left.

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Posted almost 3 years ago by Anthony Soleau from United States with 26 ratings

If this is going into a classy mojito then I could get behind this choice. But by itself? Not worth the asking price.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Darrell from United States with 26 ratings

Not bad. I use it for the occasional mixer. Not a go to.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Handsome Alex from United States with 88 ratings

From reading the description I was expecting something with more of a vegetable like taste, like a rhum agricole or a cachaca. It has a sweet but clean aroma with hints of lilac and honey, and a smooth taste with a hint of orange peel and very little burn. Not a lot of flavor as a sipper, but would be great on ice with a twist of lime, or in a fruity cocktail like a classic daiquiri.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Javier FK from Peru with 30 ratings

Del jugo de la caña en vez de la melasa, éste ron agrícola sorprende por su color, muy original pues ni blanco ni dorado sugiere suavidad pero se presenta algo alcohólico y sin muchos sabores.