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Hamilton 2006 St. Lucia 7-Year rum

Hamilton 2006 St. Lucia 7-Year

Caribbean | Aged

7.8/10(6 ratings)
Recommendable to most


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6 Hamilton 2006 St. Lucia 7-Year ratings

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Posted 4 months ago by Ngordon87 from United States with 48 ratings

This rum doesn't have as much burn as I expected. A bit funky, but way less than I expected. Definitely a nice fancy sipper. Smooth while having character.


Posted 4 years ago by Chet from United States with 193 ratings

This stuff is off the hook. 126 proof and has the burn of a blow torch to prove it. The closest thing i can compare the burn to is the horse radish burn you get when you eat to much. Once you taste this rum you will never have a problem identifying it again. When the fire eventually goes out it is really good and tasty, but to hasten the process, drop in a rock and let er melt and it smooths out to a quite ideal texture and delightful drink. Bought one of these to go in my rum collection just to throw a rock in the pond when doing some tasting with my friends.


Posted 11 months ago by LegallySmelf from United States with 30 ratings

This rum is an ester bomb. It has an incredible funk with a flavor profile that varies depending on how long it has oxygenated for. Upon opening the bottle, I found it to be dominated by a burning rubber flavor. Over time, it mellowed into woodiness, tannic, and fruity funk flavors. Used in any drink in any amount, its flavor dominates. It's a challenging rum but friends and I agree that it's not necessarily one most would find pleasing.


Posted almost 2 years ago by Smovens from United States with 94 ratings

This rum is the epitome of flavor and funk yet balanced with oak, vanilla, caramel, and a touch of thick sweetness to balance the aggressive funk. Surprisingly smooth for 64%. This rum is amazing.


Posted over 3 years ago by piratejabez from United States with 325 ratings

This was the first higher-end Hamilton I've sampled. The one I tried was about 46% abv, so not the "cask strength" version. Nevertheless, it was simply bursting with well-rounded pot-still goodness. There was also strong oak and subtle smoke. Highly recommended! (Also tried it in a Daiquiri—not as highly recommended. Needs to be tamed in a more nuanced cocktail, else enjoyed as the good Minister has given it to us.)



Posted 5 years ago by RumRas from United States with 7 ratings

Dry, higher proof and funky. A bit pricey but a really delicious rum.