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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
As this is first Agricole rum, I did not expect anything, but I must admin I am not mature enough to enjoy it...
Color: Light (as there is not added caramel)
Nose: Raw,Fresh,Pharmaceutical-like, alcohol
Body: I dont feel much else than strong alcohol taste, maybe a little bit of Oak wood.
Tail: Short, alcohol intensive
Bottle: Very nice one, definitely upper average and the best one on this rum...
Maybe it could be used for some innovative cocktails...but not straight up, not for me...
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.
This is a very light, delicate rum that mainly tastes like sugarcane juice and something vegetal. The Rosebank of rums? Quite possibly. Pretty.
You can recognize the rise and sake tones already in aroma.
Smooth taste with not complex body and shorter aftertaste. Very bad "dry rice bread" aftertaste. Interesting experience, but I won't repeat.
Not a typical rum. More sake then rum or better luke schochu. Like vodka or potato taste... very dry and no vanilla. No sweetness at first sip. A bit kore sweetness later...
Un rhum vraiment particulier. Je ne le rapprocherais pas du saké, mais plutôt d'un whiskey. Malheureusement, je n'aime pas le whiskey, je n'ai donc pas trop aimé ce rhum, que je trouvais trop sec et "manquant de sucre" à mon goût. Du reste, je pense que ceux qui aiment le whiskey aimeront facilement ce rhum qui est, de toute évidence, travaillé, et assez complexe.
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