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The Duppy Share Caribbean rum is produced using a combination of 3-year Jamaican and 5-year Barbados rums. Both are aged in bourbon barrels and brought to London for bottling.
The name 'Duppy Share' comes from Caribbean folklore where the dark spirit 'duppies' take their share of rum from distilleries, similar to the traditional term 'angel’s share' when rum is lost due to evaporation during the aging process.
I tried this rum in a pub as i was quite surprised to see it stocked there as it's normally just the usual Captain Morgans, Kraken etc. The smell of this rum is very nice and the taste is fairly solid but unspectacular. It is a much safer choice than Kraken and tastes a bit better than most Captain Morgan rums too. Not a bad rum but not a massively memorable taste.
Yes the bottle and label is cool and it tastes nice but a bit overpriced and some cheaper rums are better
I went into this one with low expectations after reading some of the reviews on here. I was presently surprised to find that it's a very pleasant rum, both neat and with Coke. I haven't tried it with Ting or ginger beer yet, but don't anticipate problems.
Starts with a fairly fruity flavour, bananas, mangos and peaches, then ends with a rich brown sugar finish.
Good stuff. Perhaps not the best I've ever had, but in fairness I've had a fair number at this point and it's among my favourites.
Prijemny karibsky rum. Trosku stiplavejsia chut po alkohole, ale nie agresivna.
This has been on my radar for a while and finally opened the bottle sat on my shelf last night.
Smooth caramel notes without being too strong, and decent mixed in with pepsi. Overall this one will fall into peoples preference and I find that this is a bit middling and has to fight a lot of good contenders at its price point. I managed to get a bottle on the cheap, but not sure I would choose it over some others at the price point.
Still, I would urge people to try it as this is still a very capable rum and isn't too bold to be amiss in a load of cocktails, so this is one to be considered.
Aroma is nice with vanila and fruit tones.
Taste is weaker and bit burning but nice average long aftertaste.
Smell and taste is light, with hints of wood and vanilla. Finish is lightly sweet and fruity with citruses notes
If you have guests round and you want to share your passion for rum, sadly if Duppy Share's in your collection it goes to the back of the cupboard. Perhaps that's overly harsh but it's not the greatest sipper; rather harsh and lacking in flavour profile. It works as a mixer and improves with plenty of ice melted in it (but is then thin and watery...). Have had worse rums but have certainly had better too!
Lovely fruity spiced taste. Absolutely love this Rum
Now I've got your attention with the title you'll have to take this review with a massive pinch of salt. I've tried this rum once with coke in a pub but safe to say I won't be having it again in a hurry. It was all going well and I had heard good things and paid a pretty penny for my drink. On first sip it was intresting but had a bit of an aftertaste I couldn't put my finger on. That was until to my friend had a try and said it tastes like the plastic bit you blow into to inflate things like armbands/ water wings , lilos or anything that you normally throw into a pool (yes you can throw lids provided you've given them some floaties) and that unfortunately ruined every other sip I had till I finished the drink. It now may do the same for you so I definitely recommend trying before you get buying
Espeically at around 30 quid a bottle
Nice taste easy to drink, gave me some mind bending dreams though 🤷♂️
In the whisky world, the angels take their share of whisky from the casks maturing it. In the Caribbean, it's the mischievous Duppy spirits that travel from island to island, taking their share of rum from the casks. This legend is where the stylish Duppy Share Caribbean Rum takes its name. It's made from a blend of bourbon-barrel-matured 5 year old rum from Barbados and 3 year old rum from Jamaica. A bright, bold and altogether very handsome rum.
Nose: Green banana, cinnamon, slightly oily, caramel.
Palate: Sultana and raisin, followed by vanilla and a hint of brine.
Finish: Lasting brown sugar, ginger and fresh lime.
Surprinzător de fin la prețul ăsta, ușoare arome de migdale sau marțipan, dulce..
A very attractive bottle and story on it. Nice aroma on the pull of the cork. Taste is smooth enough for a rum at this price point and can easily be sampled over ice alone. Pour in decent measures though as it takes a quite a bit of "digging" into the bottle to find the subtle flavours, but when you do it it well worth it.
Nice flavour. Just what you expect it to be from a 40% rum. Smooth mostly full flavour and good aromas.
One of my top 3 rums - the use of the Barbadian and Jamaican rums makes this blend particularly versatile. The fire and punch of the Jamaican rum gives it that extra kick needed for ginger-based cocktails, while the Barbadian rum rounds the taste so it doesn't overpower other aromas and tastes. This roundness also makes it very enjoyable neat, or on the rocks. Would recommend this to both those starting out their foray into rum, and those with an already developed palate.
velmi zajímavý rum, který až velmi připomíná whisku.
Nejvíce bych přirovnal k jamesonu. - omlouvám se za až tak subjektivní přirovnání :)
Chuť velmi vyvážená a jemná.
Ale celkový dojem je lehce slabší.
I really enjoyed this simply mixed with coke and while this did raise the sweetness of the drink it was very moreish. I tried some on its own and with a touch of ice melting into it, both providing a smooth and warming, if unexciting, experiences.
At £22 for what, for me, is essentially a mixing rum it is a tad expensive but I will be buying it for that express purpose again.
Very, very mild, no depth of flavour at all, just a generic weak rum taste with very little aroma. It is not a bad rum, but way overpriced for what you get. There are Rums ( e.g. Plantation, Barcelo ), in the same price range that wipe the floor with it.
Pretty new to all this, but so far this is one of my favourite tipples!
Nice mix of spices, delicious on ice or with a mixer.
Love the story behind the name. Blend is a bit more jamaica than barbados for my liking and a little bit harsh.
Picked it up in Tesco for about £28. It's ok, works with either ginger beer or coke but there's plenty better out there.
This is one of 24 rums "Drinks by the Dram" given to me as a present.
Never heard of this, and honestly the name didn't impress me much. So, "never judge a book"...and all that.
So, on to the review. Light color with a pleasant slightly spicy nose. ( I get that "funk" others have mentioned, but not unpleasant). First sip-big mouth feel, cinammon and other spices, a lot of alcohol burn and finish. I don't love this as a stand alone sipper, but suspect it would be terrific with some tonic as it has tons of body and flavor. Not overly sweet. I'd give it a 6.5 if I could, but will settle on a 7.
The bottle looks fun, with an enticing story on the label but the contents disappoint. The blend just doesn't work. It smells like rum flavour liqueur and the taste is forgettable. Mix it to enjoy but neat it's nothing special unfortunately.
The Duppy Share Caribbean rum launch coverage by The Floating Rum Shack