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Bielle 59% rum

Bielle 59%

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7.4/10 (37 ratings)
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Posted 3 months ago by JellyJortikka from Finland with 62 ratings

59%abv unaged agricole
column still (from what i know)

Nose: strong citrus profile, very lime-y, fresh grass, very cane juicy, fermented mango, tamarind candy like spicy sour note.

Taste: Loads of citrus and acidic fresh grass, lots of fresh tropical fruits, cane juice, white pepper spiciness and bit of the tamarind candy like note.

Finish: Hot, citrus and acidic fresh grass linger for some time. Has loads of flavour to carry the high abv with grace.
Maybe the best straight style column agricole i have yet tried, not by huge margin but nevertheless, the citrus, fruit, grass and cane profile is very good and seems to get only more pronounced when mixed with pineapple and coconut for example, mixes amazingly.
Recommended as house staple agricole mixer.

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Posted 3 months ago by Noname from France with 34 ratings

Bon rhum à déguster en ti-punch, mais passe tout de même sec. Avec parcimonie au vu du titrage

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Posted 4 months ago by Rinushorn (PREMIUM) from France with 75 ratings

J'ai essayé pour un rhum arrangé mais il est vraiment trop fort. Pas ma tasse de thé

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Posted 6 months ago by Sam from France with 3 ratings

That's great pleasure to have such taste without alcoholic one

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Posted 8 months ago by Busta from Netherlands with 3 ratings

This rum is one of the best 59%ers on Marie Galante. Perfect for a ti punch, but extremely enjoyable neat too if you can manage the abv.

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Posted 9 months ago by zaks from France with 40 ratings

Un parfum de canne à sucre bien marqué, et sec en bouche. parfait pour un ti' punch

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Posted 9 months ago by Baloo95 from France with 3 ratings

Not as good as Pere Labat but still really nice. Easier to find in supermarket in Metropolitan France

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Posted 11 months ago by daveyjones from Australia with 21 ratings

So unassuming and natural that you can imagine it dripping straight from the still into the bottle. Drop by delicious drop.
Unfiltered and laden with floc, it is strong, sweet, fruity and fresh.
Aggressive and seductive.
Impossible to drink quickly because there is so much to savour.

There are many people that post on rum reviews who seem to dislike the sensation of sipping strong liquor but I can attest that if you do indeed ‘sip’ this then it will provide you with a good deal of sensuous pleasure.
I took some to a dinner party to introduce my friends to this style of rum and all agreed that it was outstanding when sipped (especially the girls) and delicious with crushed strawberries and sugar.

I love it with syrup and lime. If you like Agricole rhum then there’s not much better.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Jd from France with 41 ratings

Rhum idéal pour la réalisation de ti punch. Rhum parfumé et long en bouche

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Posted over 1 year ago by Andy Tee from Malaysia with 148 ratings

N- Humble bottling with screw cap. Fresh cut sugar cane with drops of iodine, caramel, reeds and solid alcohol heats. Boiled orange, medicinal and highly farm-y with bonfire notes, as well sorghum/chinese rice wine nuances. (20/25)

P- Medicinal and herb-y, raw toasted bitterness coat with sweet cane juice and some citrus on the fore. Pale with unpleasant spiciness. Feel some goodies has been 'taken' away. (16/25)

F- Medium, sorghum. Striped off with spirit-y remains, burnt grass, raw and narrow. (16/25)

B/B- 16/25. Nice aroma but with underwhelming taste. 59° should be a better bet.

Weighted Rate- 68pt
— at The Rum Bar KL.