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Tasty, but not quite great
While I almost always drink my rum neat, I do have some cocktails, that I enjoy from time to time. One of them is the classic Ti Punch. That drink requires agricole rum, and this is the best one for the job.
Nose: Citrus peel, sugar cane and raw flowers
Taste: Raw, fruity and a little funky taste. A little lime and citrus in the finish
Overall: You can easily drink this one as a sipper, but it really unfolds with sugarcane syrup, lime juice and ice cubes
Souvenirs souvenirs sipping ti punchs until mornings. With the right note of sugar it is a killer, right balance of force, fruits and spices. Better a bit cold.
Rhum blanc intermédiaire entre les premiers prix (old Nick, Saint James) et les plus "haute gamme" (damoiseau, trois rivières). Toujours bon à en avoir un comme ça dans sont bar perso ;-)
Purchased at Wines & More after the Ratings here were pretty high on Rum Ratings for a White (making Mojitos). Notice (Clement Premiere Cannes 7.3) and (Clement Blanc 6.3) are the same look at photo. The sales rep actually recommended Rocking Horse Rum out of Kingsville, Tx I tried a sample and burn and no flavor like a cheap well vodka. Decided on this blind purchase got home and was not impressed burnt Tire Bouquet with a horrible flavor not wasting any more time "Trust". Did more research and drove 1 hour to get the last bottle of Cana Brava in Dripping Springs, TX and WOW so much amazing Exotic Fruit Boutique and smooooth delicious flavor. look for my review on Cana Brava. -Al
This paired with Smith and Cross makes a perfect Mai Tai. The grassy floral notes of the Clement and the funky bananas of the smith and Cross blend very nicely together.
This is a very grassy agricole which doesn't do my pallette much good ... Prefer the 50% Clement bleu.
This has plenty of vegetables spices but different harsh finish
A perfectly well-hit agricole rhum that is just as dry as it needs to be. it has no sweetish overtones nor excessive spiciness. dry, raw, banana, citrus, cane, lavender.
Well, sipping it neat is not my cup of tea. Reminds me of some local distilled spirit from grape pomace (each country in europe names it differently and depends on grape varieties, think grappa as the most known), grassy, just with an additional hint of fruit. Not what i expected.
However, add a small dose of it in a daiquiri or another typical rum cocktail and you ll see how much more complex it becomes. Not quite familiarized with rhum agricoles so rating could be off a bit.
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