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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 over 4 years ago by Kurt Lauerman from United States with 41 ratings

It is rare to find something that hasn't been tinkered with these days. In my opinion this is what rum is supposed to be. It doesn't necessarily lend itself to drinking neat, although personally I like it like that. Clearly not for everyone. I appreciate the smoother more sugary rums as well, but this one is special.


Posted over 5 years ago by Rum un from United Kingdom with 59 ratings

Even without lime (which is preferable) this gives a great citrusy taste when mixed with coke, pleasant burn and a gentle warming feeling.

I don't think you need another white rum.


Posted 12 months ago by Cerro from United Kingdom with 16 ratings

This is good, really good. It reminds me of the rum you get in chocolate, only it's insanely alcoholic and you will barely notice it. It's got funk, it's sweet banana and pineapple and other over ripe fruit, it is Jamaica! Drink it, love it, put it in a cocktail... let the good times roll.


Posted 6 years ago by R.Ennell from Canada with 26 ratings

...and will taste (relatively) good while doing so.

I've use the 151 proof version (unfortunately, they only make 120 proof now) of this white lightning for everything from spiking a punch to cleaning a road rash wound (from an inexperienced rider using a scooter on the Negril cliff "road").

I've never been sure if you should keep the this one in your bar or your 1st aid kit.
It makes for both, a perfect "Flambé" rum OR a great tasting emergency anesthetic. lol

All kidding aside, I wished they'd bring back the 151...


Posted over 4 years ago by J. E. Clapham from United Kingdom with 5 ratings

This is an utterly unique rum. Came across it on the Turtle Bay cocktail list. A Ting Ray perhaps isn't for everyone, but the strength of the rum means that its character doesn't get lost or seem diluted in combination with the other ingredients. Great way to start an evening.


Posted over 5 years ago by Adam from Canada with 22 ratings

It's no wonder Jamaicans love it so much. The fruity scent and strong finish are enough to keep me making more mai tai's. Not to drink on its own, but in a fruity mix it earns the throne. If any cocktail calls for an overproof white ru, then this is the one. Two to thumbs up.


Posted over 1 year ago by Greendanasaur from United Kingdom with 6 ratings

Knock ya socks off, but a staple of any rum bartenders arsenal. Taste is rather unique with a bit of banana flavour in there somewhere


Posted over 3 years ago by Tim from Canada with 67 ratings

It’s reputation is well deserved. 100% overburn hogo that will slap you hard.


Posted over 2 years ago by IceMan from United States with 12 ratings

The first overproof rum I tried, and the one I always keep on the shelf. It's aroma and flavor are unmistakable, perhaps a bit "headsy" but pungent and bright. Compared to it's brethren Rum Fire, this is far more versatile, a bit smoother, and also less costly. It packs a wallop of flavor that doesn't overpower the drink.

Don't waste your time drinking it neat. This is a solid base for anything calling for a white spirit or tequila. And for that, there is no better white rum than the W&N Overproof.


Posted 6 years ago by Lars P. Skaarup from United States with 5 ratings

There's only one way truly enjoy this rum, Jamaican style - straight up with a tiny splash of water. Tastes just like how it smells at the Appleton Estate. Fantastic!