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Pirate’s Grog rum is produced in Honduras on the island of Roatan by blending various rums from around the Caribbean that have been aged up to 5 years in American oak casks.
The name ""Pirate's Grog"" heralds to the mixture of 90 proof rum and water known as grog, which was first rationed by Admiral Sir Edward Vernon to his ship's crew in the early 1700's.
Recommendable to most
I've been sipping on the Golden for several years now. The first time was something quite new. I sipped it neat. I fell in love at first sip. It was smooth, no bite. It was soft, sweet, subtle, really easy. I usually drink bourbon, then scotch... neat. Now if I had one choice, it'd be this rum. Always exceptional. My son loves rum, would really love to be able to send him a bottle soon.
It is definitely a nice sipping rum. Very smooth and a balanced flavor. Does not leave an alcohol aftertaste, rather it lets you enjoy the flavor of the rum from the first touch of the tongue all the way to the throat.
This has to be the tastiest rum I've ever tried. With over 10 years in the bar trade I have never come across one so smooth. The ageing in Bourbon barrels really help bring in the flavour tones of vanilla and raisins. Sipping or as an espresso rumtini. Winning
This rum is light yet full of flavour. Vanilla and raisin notes are apparent and the Jamaican pot still rum provides a warming finish. We love this rum neat as it goes down easier than anything else on the market!
This is a must buy for me personally.
I recently received a bottle for Christmas and it's lovely. Smooth to drink and great on the nose, very very moreish.
For a rum that is only 5 years old this really surprised me with its delicate flavours and complexity. Most importantly, it tastes delicious too!
"Pirate's Grog rum review by Chris of All Star Cask"
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