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Je trouve que le gout de l'alcool est très présent, mais a un gout spécial.
Zachte rum. Mooie kleur. Neutrale geur. Ideaal om mee te starten.
Een best lekkere, redelijk basic rum. Mooie gouden kleur, lekker zoete geur en een puike fles. De smaak is niet zo complex wat hem voor beginnende proefers ideaal maakt...
The fact that people know, that you are into rum gives them a chance to gift you different bottles for chistmas or birthdays. This is one of the bottles, that I have received without having any priot knowledge about it.
Nose: Vanilla, cinnamon and a small hint of something tropical is coming my way
Taste: Honey, raisins and tropical fruits
Overall: This is a decent shout from The West Indies. The taste is a little to light for me and the aftertaste falls a little flat, but it is still a fine rum to enjoy on a quiet evening at home
Very very very intense rum. Bold combination of spiciness and harshness. Many people will think its spiced, but its actually aged 6-8 years in american oak once filled with bourbon.
Decent rum. Gets sweeter and smoother the more you taste. Nice flavour, but not worth the price. Overpriced.
Finally; the LC are starting to expand their Rum collection. I had seen this in Quebec a few years ago and passed on it then but I figured I would give it a shot.
All and all not bad; it sort of reminds me of Viscaya 21 on the nose with all that banana; although there is way more of an astringent smell to this one.
The taste has banana and some kind of sour fruit that I cannot discern over the spicy bite.
I like it because it's different; but if I wanted to impress somebody, I would probably reach for a bottle on a higher shelf.
Lekkere rum, neutrale smaak, ik mis wat complexiteit in de smaak
Ah, ein neuer Spieler auf den Feld.
Die Nase lässt so einiges erahnen: trocken Früchte, Ananas.
Im Gaumen kommt noch etwas Schärfe hinzu, absolut nicht süss !
Leider auch sehr wenig Tiefgang.
Ah, a new player on the field.
The nose makes a good impression: dry fruits, pineapple.
In the palate is added some sharpness, absolutely not sweet!
Unfortunately, very little depth.
Six Saints Gold - ok for the price , good rum ....
This is one fruity rum. The taste is quite special but if you enjoy a rum with clear fruity notes, then this is the rum for you
En rom der virker lidt tandløs, smagen er hurtig væk.
Det man når at fornemmer tror jeg er lidt kokosnød, men er ikke sikker.
This rum is easily consumable and not a complex one. Flavour, taste and (short) finish are all dominated by aroma of pineapple and vanilla. As such it is light, quite sweet and fruity.
Banana and coconut are dominant. Feels and tastes very light. While I can see it working on a Caribbean beach watching the sunset, it ultimately is not very interesting or long lasting.
This rum is nothing special for me, i dont need to have it at home in my bar.
Manque de finesse, l'arome de banane est très présente. Assez costaud
Must have for collection purpose :)
Its cheap in bordershops between Denmark and Germany. That was the main reason for me to buy it.
A lot of coconut, which I like but also a very alcholic taste. There are many better options in this price range.
Has a good flavor overall but the citrus is too heavily grapefruit for me. I actually don’t think it’s overpriced if you like a citrusy agricole style, but I didn’t get the banana flavor (I did get the smell) nearly as much as others are saying here (and I usually like the flavor).
To much ethanol both on the nose and pallet. Citrus, peber and a really short burn.
Six Saints Gold is a dry Rhum Agricole which has a very distinct damp cellar flavor to it. Bottle looks nice, but the label is very touristy. Color is a typical Rhum Agricole, very light golden. Dry taste and burn is all you get.