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The seven natural spices infused into this rum are listed on the back of the bottle: whole vanilla bean, shredded coconut, orange peel, ginger, nutmeg, black pepper, and cinnamon. And damn if you can't pick up every. single. one of these on the nose. On the nose, this has to be my 2nd favorite next to the Koloa. I see some variation from bottle to bottle - even have one with 'pulp inside! While the blend of spices is noticeable from the first sip, the black pepper dominates with the alcohol heat on the back end. Nonetheless, this makes for an interesting and enjoyable - if young - rum. Drinks well neat (with the caveat of the heat), but hides too well IMO in mai tai mixes, and ideally should be cut with a white rum (which makes it last twice as long!). Surprisingly, didn't cut well with just pineapple juice. Still recommend for fans of spiced rums. A solid 8-8.5.
Enjoyed a bottle of Three Sheets Spiced Rum. Bottle and label design look interesting and unique. Light golden color but very high on sugar content. Very strong pepper and a massive amount of nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla on the nose and palate. I can't believe the baking mixture on coconut and cinnamon making it a pleasurable experience for anyone with a half a taste bud. Bottle promises coconut and orange peel but I'm not getting those at all. Quite a strong and super sweet burn at the end. This is like a Christmas drink with all these spices fighting for their rights.
I thought I’d buy myself something nice for my birthday by spending about $35-40 on a bottle of this stuff and I absolutely hated it!!