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Ryoma 7-Year rum is made from sugar cane grown in Japan's oldest cane plantation, then aged for 7 years in oak casks. The rum produced by Kikusui, a distillery located about 300 km SW of Osaka, Japan.
The Ryoma Rum's namesake is Sakamoto Ryōma, a prominent figure in the Tokugawa shogun's overthrow, marking the end of Japan's last feudal military government that transitioned in 1868.
Easily consumable in a bind
Tasted this Rum since i am a big fan of Japan and tje bottle looks like it comes directly out of the move the Ring.
The rum is Interesting until you take a sip. The harsh flavour takes away the fun in my oppinion. You are better of with Japanese Whisky
Light color. Very very strong alcohol nose and taste. I tried net at the begining and i added 2 drops water after. I will never tried again. Didnt liked...sorry Japan
Pikantný ,ostrejší rum z Japonska. Ak tam ludia cítia lahodnost,vanilku,až karamel...asi pili niečo iné. Naozaj drsný rum za prestrelenu cenu
Is this a Rum? Yes, by definition it surely is. But it just stops there. The best thing I can compare it to is cachaça. But it is a second cousin of cachaça. Is it a good liquor? Sure it is. Is it a good rum? Not even close.
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