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Nose: oak, molasses, dates, dried fruits, vanilla. Palate: Oak barrel, dark chocolate, slightly smoky notes, nutty, raisins. Finish: Mild and long-lasting
Conclusion: An authentic, honest Barbados rum of 12 years in barrel without sugar additives.
Another great rum form foursquare ! True bajan flavor
This is a okay rom. It is a bit sharp. It is a quite dry rum. Not so much aftertaste. But drinkable if nothing else on the table.
Denne Rom har en ok smag men hvis man ikke er til en Rom der er lidt sprittet skal man ikke vælge den
Meget tør rom, hvor smagen forsvinder hurtig. Kokos vanilje og banan kan anes i smagen
Meget lækkert bekendskab.
Dejlig sødme, let fed og sprittet, lidt træ, appelsin og mørk chokolade.
Lækker behagelig eftersmag.
Dates and apricots in the nose. A bit smokey on the tongue, with dates again and licorice. So far, so well. The finishing starts in the same direction, when all of a sudden the burnign of alcool takes over. What a pity! Still: On the better side of rum.
This nice Rum in one of the biggest positive surprise for me. Really smooth sipper with long aftertaste, not to sweet and not to oaky, perfect balanced. This is among my new fovourites from now. Highly recommended!
Reminds me eldorado 12, bit sweeter than Bacardi 8.
This is a great example of a Bajan rum that is well aged. It does not have anything but a bourbon cask influence of many years. The main interesting theme here is the tobacco and bourbon cask flavor. All natural really a nice rum to add into a sipping rotation when you are going to other cask finishes or aging.
Whisky like nose from the wood and the bourbon barrels, with that bourbony sweetness.
Mature sugars on initial taste and some plaintain.
Can taste the age, dramatically more than the RL Seales 10yr which I tasted this alongside (maybe because it's aged in bourbon barrels?).
Almost get splinters from the finish, not very sweet at all. Dry.
Guava taste at the end.
Not loads of stuff happening in it but would strongly recommend anyone who like rum to try it.
I love the aroma in the bottle. Has a slight caramel aroma. Nice. Tasting it reveals a smoothness with some spiciness. Also oak flavor (not surprising for a rum aged 12 years). Not overly sweet although there is a bit of it noticeable right before the warmth of the rum takes over. As it fades the caramel and vanilla becomes more apparent. Excellent sipping rum.
Naturally sweet (that means no added sugar), smooth, and full of oak and bourbon overtones. This is one of Foursquare's finest. It's 180 degrees away from all the sugared rums that are so popular around here. It's really good...and it's already so smooth that you don't need to add ice or water. Best enjoyed neat.
The Real McCoy 12-Year Rum tastes younger than other 12 year old rums. I would describe it as unpolished. Yet it has a hint of sweetness to it that reminds me of younger Demerara rums.
The Real McCoy 12-Year rum review by a Mountain of Crushed Ice