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BRN Sea Wynde rum

BRN Sea Wynde

Caribbean | Gold

BRN Sea Wynde rum is produced by blending 5 rums from Jamaica and Guyana. These rums are distilled using copper pot stills and aged in small oak casks.

6.4/10(16 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted almost 6 years ago by Charles M from United Kingdom with 135 ratings

but because I like drinking straight up, I really seem to prefer rum to be bottled at 40% so this at 46% is a wee bit too much hard work for me. Slightly tarry which on occasions I found to be unattractive, but at other times it was appealing. Slightly caught in 2 minds with this one, but as it is no longer made, it is a little immaterial

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Posted almost 7 years ago by Dustin Doran from United States with 79 ratings

Crazy flavor. Disliked from the start. This was my first attempt at a pot still rum and I disliked everything about it, but others found qualities that they liked. Maybe I just need time for my palate to mature.

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Posted almost 7 years ago by jmp3 from United States with 88 ratings

This took me a few tastes before I started to apritiate the flavors from a pot stilled rum not run through several times to remove some flavor a produce a more authentic pot still beverage. Now I realyy enjoy this rum.

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Posted over 7 years ago by Chris from United States with 27 ratings

Really like this one...a sure keeper, just hard to store the bottle

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Posted 8 years ago by Nick from United States with 54 ratings

a decent rum that goes down easy. Offers up a slight burn on the back of the tongue at the finish

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Posted 8 years ago by Don Tucker from United States with 194 ratings

We found this at Cuba Libre in Philly. I had not seen before. It had a strong finish, but I think further aging would have improved it.