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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
Fantastic nose full of butterscotch, quite fruity, taste is clean with not many notes standing out - some light vanilla , almost no burn or spice. Short nice finish. I could imagine it would make a fantastic high-end mixer, as it is easy sipper as well especially considering the limited aging.
Yet another average rum with similar set of spices to big commercial brands. Oak casks are doing their job pretty well as oak is the most significant flavour in the rum. This would be definitelly better in mix with some soda.
Pirate's Grog Gold is a gimmick tourist rum. Bottle looks attractive enough to be purchased. Color is semi dark golden. Alcohol smell reveals a rather young rum although the bottle says 37.5% alcohol. Taste is not that bad as the smell test, surprisingly mellow flavor profile and some burn at the end.
Minty, pleasant aroma of orange peel, smells of raw sugar cane plant and lightly spiced.
Light and dry in flavor with ashy notes. Taste similar to light Cuban rum with couple drops of water in it.
Short finishing, minty after taste, follow with hint of ashy flavor.
Tento rum bol pre mna velke sklamanie, ked som si ho po vsetkych dobrych hodnoteniach objednal. Nevyzrety a prilis korenisty.
"Pirate's Grog rum review by Chris of All Star Cask"
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