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Now this is some good stuff
Distillation: column still
Raw material: sugar cane juice
Aged: 2004-2020 (16y)
I never had a single cask Haiti rum before, so I hope to get some new flavors.
First I get some white oak in the nose. The flavors are very bright. No surprises for now, lets see further. I mention some honey that reminds me of Guyana rum (that's nice).
After that I get some herbs and vegetal notes. It's ok, no surprices in the nose.
The taste is quite tasty but without any surprises. It starts with sweet sugar cane, honey and citrus.
In the middle the sugar cane turns into honey. There are also some tannins and the wood.
The finish is almost the same.
A good rum, but without any surprices. It's tasty and goot, but not very complex. I think a rating of 84 would be appropriate.
Nose: white oak, honey and vegetal notes, citrus, sugar cane, pepper, earth
Taste: sugar cane, citrus, paper, some tannins
Middle: sugar cane, honey, herbs/grasy notes, tannins, wood
Finish: spice, citrus, pepper, honey, herbs
Aftertaste: sugar cane, herbs
Value (58€): 3/5
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