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Wray & Nephew White Overproof rum

Wray & Nephew White Overproof

Jamaica | Overproof

171 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted almost 4 years ago by Chris Garrahan from United States with 4 ratings

Cant believe they drink this straight and neat in Jamaica but thry do! Slip it into punch if you want everyone to pass out otherwise Im pretty sure its good for a Molotov cocktail. PS dont drink this and smoke


Posted over 1 year ago by M.R.J. from Finland with 203 ratings

It is strong white rum - not magic. Quite ok, tastewise.


Posted almost 2 years ago by Tikiducks from United States with 54 ratings

If you just need a ovenproof shot or if you need some Tiki Fire, Wray and Nephew does a good job at both.


Posted almost 4 years ago by Michael Huff from United States with 100 ratings

I'll never recommend drinking this on it's own. But, if you need to light something on fire...


Posted almost 4 years ago by clochardo from Belgium with 64 ratings

Il s'agit du blanc overproof de la maison Appleton. C'est un blanc typique jamaïcain avec cette note métallique typique de la maison (probablement trop de rhum de colonne). Pas un mauvais produit mais pas assez riche en esters pour vraiment mettre le coup de pied au fesse que peut mettre un rum bar ou encore un fire velvet.


Posted 3 years ago by The Hovis from United States with 12 ratings

Working from a leftover bottle brought to a party by a guest who presumably dumped the W&N and drank something else, I constructed a batch of passion fruit daiquiris for a family gathering. I was, however, the only person able and willing to get past the first sip as the predominant taste and spiky nature of the drink was all about the overproof rum. When passion fruit liqueur can be obliterated you know the other component is industrial strength fluid.
Not to be daunted I tried again with Coke as a mixer. Simpler and better but only consumable in a bind.


Posted 8 months ago by CaptainGreen (PREMIUM) from United States with 59 ratings

Aye, it took a few whiffs to get past the overwhelming smell alcohol, but once I got there, I found a bit of fruit, a bit of oak, a bit of sweet, and a bit of spice. Powerful smell. Avast! I can smell colors now! She smells like she be sweet on the tongue, but no. Not at first. This wench be complex when it comes to taste, and it takes more than one sip to find anythin'. Spices first, then burned sugar, then banana and fruits, then just as she starts getting sweet and friendly, she leaves with all your loot and nothin' but the taste of iodine in your mouth and an burn that never lets go. Just like me ex-wife. Aye, you could spend time sippin' this, and after a few, you probably wouldn't care, but I wouldn't recommend it. Nobody has that much loot. arrgh!!!


Posted 5 months ago by eadrn from United States with 49 ratings

I use this as the rum ingredient in my homemade falernum. It is adequate, as it doesn't contribute much for flavor, so my recipe shines through.

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Posted 7 months ago by Jimmy Cliff (PREMIUM) from United States with 276 ratings

Just pure burn, do not take a shot of this stuff if your over 50, it’s pure Engine fuel, I think you mix it in rum punch with some sweeter golden rum and serve it on the tourist boats to take you there.


Posted almost 5 years ago by dl3000 from United States with 7 ratings

They say Jamaicans drink it straight, no chaser.. Green Bananas, rotten vegetation and alcohol on the nose. For me it's only tolerable in Jamaican style punches.