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Westerhall Plantation rum

Westerhall Plantation

Grenada | Gold

7.3/10 (18 ratings)
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Posted over 4 years ago by mistercoughy from United States with 239 ratings

I like this rum. The aromas of freshly baked pound cake and vanilla cream are tempered by fairly strong, but not unpleasant, alcohol overtones. The cake comes through in the tasting along with pepper, vanilla and honey. Very nice. Deceptively light in color and body, but there's a lot going on here.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Kieron wood (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 407 ratings

This is not a great rum but is still drinkable. It's a raw rum with nothing flavour wise added. Still has a decent body but just doesn't rock my world I'm afraid ..

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Posted over 4 years ago by Beukeboom from United States with 305 ratings

One comment before I offer my opinions on the rum. I like bottles with wax seals. Gives the bottle an "old school" appeal. But apparently my bottle got a double-dose of navy blue wax making it pretty difficult to open. However when I got it open, I smelled the opening to see what lay in store. It smelled more of plastic but I quickly concluded that aroma was from the double-dose of wax seal rather than the rum itself. Even in a glass the aroma was very subtle...almost nonexistent. This rum was recommended to me by the clerk in the Port St. Joe, Florida liquor store. He said this rum was the only thing the owner of the store drank and so I purchased a bottle since they didn't have the brand of rum I was looking for. This rum is about as golden in color as one can find. Definitely an initial sweetness in flavor followed quickly by some spiciness then the burn...a long, slow burn (it's 43% ABV). Interestingly enough once the burn finally faded I noticed a woodiness to the flavor I presume is from the oak barrels in which it is aged. I can see why the owner of the liquor store likes this so much. Although not my favorite, I feel this is an excellent rum which happens to be extremely versatile. Makes for a good sipping rum as well as a mixer. It definitely adds a good flavor to Coke Zero.

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Posted over 5 years ago by Bill Rogers from United States with 33 ratings

Great go-to rum for those quiet times. Smooth body, wide profile that will always please.

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Posted over 5 years ago by steve from United States with 1 rating

This is one of my favorite light bodied rums. On a hot summer day love to pour a glass and add a few cubes. Find it very smooth and has a wide flavor profile. Pick up motes of toffee, caramel, banana and then a hint of cocoa bean on the back palate,

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Posted over 1 year ago by Sinsipper from United States with 1 rating

I was at the ancient structure the rum is made in about thirty years ago. An amazing place to see. You walked into the past when I was there. It was small, intimate and very basic. A true artisan rum. I have bottles that are from that time. The rum is a true sipper. If you don’t rinse the glass the next day it has a nose of pure butter scotch.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Mark from Canada with 59 ratings

With it's pale golden colour, this rum looks more like a Chardonnay wine than a rum. The blue waxed bottle top gives this rum great packaging. Opening the bottle, the rum had only a very faint alcohol citrus scent... Sipping it straight was possible, although it provided little flavour and was accompanied by a slow burn. Easy to drink with an ice cube and some coconut water. This rum tasted like no other rum I've tried, although I can't say that I would recommend it.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2643 ratings

Tried the Westerhall Estate Number 10 and Westerhall Plantation Rum back-to-back. The Number 10 rum earned a 7 whereas the Plantation has a much stronger alcohol smell and taste to it. The color is also much lighter than the Number 10. The Plantation struggles to earn a 5.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Marty from United States with 103 ratings

I had to waiver a little, but in the end, I'll agree with the majority.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Gerome from United States with 37 ratings

The color was very golden. The sweet is very inviting with a banana cakey syrup sweetness. Very long legs and slight alcohol on the noise. And nothing to my liking once on my mouth. I thought maybe I should try it with a snifter. To no avail no improvement. I add a droplet of water on one occasion and with a ice cube on the other. Nothing improved. I was torn between getting this or plantation 5 year. Well the top broke off while trying to open the bottle,annoying but no biggie. I mixed it and that's when it showed up for the party. O well I wanted a low level sipper but this will do for my mixing. Join your brother pyrat XO and black magic in the mixing cabinet.

Update 4/17/17.

It's getting better. On the nose I notice banana and Citrus. Smooth going down. I'll revisit it again.