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I like the pleasant smell. Not too heavy, more light.
Easy to sip and enough flavour to stand as a drink alone.
Maybe you can mix this one as well.
As it is from Grenada it's got to identify Grenada style. A little bit spicy in the after taste.
Des parfums et des gouts surprenant. Peu de rhum de ce prix valent autant le cout d'etre dégustés que celui là. Au nez, on retrouve même des ressemblances avec avec certains jamaïcains d'exception (hampden par exemple). Ce rhum merite d'être plus connu. C'est une excellente surprise!
Compared it to Santiago de Cuba which is a lot cheaper and Ron de Abuelo 12y in the same price range and it came out at the bottom. I like the smell but it dissapoints on the taste, maybe that's the citrus part i don't like.
I finally got my hands on a bottle of rum from Grenada. I had not been to the spice island in almost 30 years, so scoring this rum for me has been on my wish list for a long time.
It certainly stands out from all of the other rums. Nowhere on the label does it say that it is a rhum agricole, which probably came from it's neighbor of Martinique almost 200 miles to the north. I will just have to trust fellow reviewers who have stated that it is an agricole, along with my own experience. If no one had told me, I would have to say that it is a mildly spiced agricole, since I taste no molasses at all. It is VERY different from all other rums. You will either love it or hate it. I don't quite love it, but I certainly don't hate it. The aroma is too complex and alien compared to what I am used to. Definitely worth keeping on hand for a change of pace. Super smooth!
Update March 4, 2019: This is not a rum that I would return to often because it is just so weird. On the other hand, if you want to impress your friends with a rum that is uniquely different, then by all means go for this one. I tried to create a drink with the right mix to include this one and I just could not. Being one that can save all but the rot got from going down the drain, this was quite a disappointment. VERY unique!!! Not terrible, but it does not warrant a repeat purchase. It now drops from my initial rating of 7 to a 6.
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).
Light gold colour, dry Agricole rhum, aromatic, good alcohol percentage, not the most complex rhum, fruity, banana and pineapple flavors, damp cellar flavour, pretty nice to sip, long aftertaste, nice bottle, packaging and label. From Grenada
Nice nose and palate with a quite long afterburn. It’s very fruity, a clear taste of citrus and banana. There’s also hints of spices which feels good for a rum from the island of spices.
Picture: My Grenada shelf.
Alkohol: 41,7 %
Aroma: Zajímavý mix vůní. Směs lehčího svěžího koření, trochu agricole šmrnc, bonbónová ulepená nasládlost, květový med, skořice, trochu i hřebíček, kandované tropické ovoce, dotek dřeva a muškátový oříšek. (85 b)
Chuť: Chuťově spíše do sucha, nasládlosti je tu opravdu poskrovnu (tak 15% maximálně). Kořenitě pikantní. V dochuti kořenitá suchost a čerstvé dubové dřevo. (83 b)
Shrnutí: Vůně je OK, chutí mě tento rum z Grenady moc neoslovil a k lepšímu výsledku by mu nepomohli ani všichni svatí.
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
While not great to me to sip straight, i started blending with Diet Coke. It's outstanding. You can pretty much do a 1:1 rum to coke ratio with some ice and the flavor is outstanding. Not much burn and goes down exceptionally smooth.
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.
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.
Ce rhum est très bon. Couleur doré. Au nez il est fruité, un peu tropical ananas et noix de coco. Au gout, aussi fruité avec une note poivré. Vieilli en fut de chêne, on ne le goûte pas tant. Un bon achat
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.
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