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Stonewall Cask Aged rum

Stonewall Cask Aged

United States | Aged

4 ratings
Easily consumable in a bind


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Posted 5 months ago by Jimmy Cliff (PREMIUM) from United States with 274 ratings

Something new at Capital Grill, tried it on the rocks fought it the entire way. Switched to red wine.


Posted over 2 years ago by Howard from United States with 9 ratings

Drinkable, but there are much better sipping rums out there for the price point


Posted almost 5 years ago by nomad from United States with 131 ratings

Aroma reminds me of dunder pit rums, lots of fruit and a whiff of decay. Taste- lots of wood and cinnamon; new oak? Somewhere in the realm of whisky, rhum, and rum, Stonewall resides. Very dry, color looks like a natural straw, and I'd guess there is nothing added. Always nice to find something a little different that's enjoyable. High 6 low 7.


Posted almost 6 years ago by mamajuana from United States with 148 ratings

The nearly opaque black bottle is sealed with black wax with a strip to pull to release the cork from the wax. The cork is synthetic.

The color of the rum is a medium amber. The nosing here is difficult to describe. I'm not sure I have ever had a nose on a rum like this one. Its absent of burn or strong wafting of alcohol. The longer it sits in the glass you get some raisins, cooked apples, very ripe pears. The nosing is quite complex and it takes me a while to finger dominant note until it dawned on me as a very dry Malbec with some sweet marsala undertones.

The rum is incredibly intense and full flavored due to total pot distillation. It is incredibly dry and yet quite smooth in exit and entry. There is initial spice that is wavering. The finish on this lasts for quite some time where its wood flavor really comes through as well as earthy notes.

I think they got possibly what they were going for here a more Colonial era. I say possible because I have never tasted a rum from that time.