Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Allegedly, the liquid is stored in barrels that have sat in waters off Key West (I was told in the harbor by the salesperson, but that seems a bit unsanitary), so there is a faint briny flavor to this buttery, slightly sweet aged rum. Not briny in the agricole or charanda style spirits, but salty… anyhow, it makes for an interesting experience, although it is quite expensive for the style and quality. Also, this is marketed as a chef’s rum, and as such it would make a fine post-meal appearance with fresh local seafood.