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Recommendable to most
The rum tastes and smells like caramel. Unfortunately I associated it to cough syrup so I won’t give it a second chance. Too sweet for me.
There are 3 typical styles to distinguish rum: French, English and Spanish. This rum from Brazil matches to none of them, because they use both sugar cane juice and molasses at the same time. Very interesting.
Nose: fruity, some hints of orange maybe
Palate: also pretty fruity and sweet. Warm and long lasting with a nice twist of something sharp, like a hint of chili maybe.
Would like to try some more sips of this one, but it was only a sample 😕 : Cal 2019, day 5.
God duft af lidt banan og kokos. Blød smag og moden frugt, som har en god balance. Eftersmagen forsvinder måske lidt hurtigt, men alt i alt en god oplevelse. Desværre lidt dyr (400 dkr), 250 havde været en pris, der passede. En positiv oplevelse (5. December 2019 i 1423)
This was my first foray in rum from Brazil (no, I'm not counting Cachaca) so I didn't know what to expect. All in I was pleasantly surprised. The nose is very strong of vanilla and coffee. The first taste is all bananas and honey and is definitely sweet. I can't find any information whether sugar was added but my guess is yes since it's so sweet. Still, not a bad sipper if your tastes go more to the sweet side.
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