Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
I am so sorry! I tried the 1787 first and after this wonderful rum i tasted the batch 2. It is like tadting honey and after that tasting sugar water. It is surely a nice rum, but in comparison to 1787 it is no 2.!
Enjoyed a bottle of Angostura No. 1 while vacationing in Sydney. Pretty nice and unique bottle and label design. Golden color. Plenty of oak, raisins, almonds and a hint of vanilla to the nose and palate. Very mild sherry comes at the end only. Typical Angostura strong and dry burn at the end.
This stuff has eight spoons of added sugar per liter - a preposterous amount - which explains why it tastes so damned sweet and uninteresting. I love authentic rums from Trinidad (e.g.,Caroni) but this juice has that insipid, flat mouthfeel and lack of complexity common to heavily sweetened rums. What a waste.
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