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Produced in Barbados by master distiller Richard Seale, the rums in Doorly XO have been aged a minimum of 6 years before finishing in Olorosco sherry casks. The second maturation in sherry casks is rare and gives Doorly XO its unique flavour.
Dobrý rum za ty peníze. Vyvážené sladký a koreneny. Ovoce....
I den här rommen är det mycket fat, gammalt tågvirke och skepp. Den andas historia och man åker flera hundra år bakåt i tiden. Inget extra socker i den utan helt naturlig. Ibland är den god ibland inte, mycket beror på vilket romhumör jag är på. Det känns som att det saknas nåt när jag dricker den. Smaken försvinner på nåt vis och den kan känns tunn i smaken. Men det är ingen äcklig rom. Bara.......svår.....ibland
Nasládlá chuť a příjemná vůně tohoto rumu mi vyhovuje.
Perfect taste, great flavour,nice colour. Absolutly satisfied. I can recommended
Smooth Barbados taste. Sweet nose, vanilla, banana. Spicy notes in taste, not very long on tongue. Feels natural. Absolutely drinkable on its own. Havent tried in coctails yet. When you compare it to Plantation Barbados edition rums, then you will notice that Doorly’s is not sweet at all while Plantations are overly sugared and the vanilla and caramel make your stomach sick.
Not sure if it’s a steong seven, rather 6.8-6.9 because it does not offer any excitement to me that I had not experienced before. But, its core components are strong and likable. Will revisit
Good and tasty rum.....a little sweet and dry after a short while.
Taste is not long and I get some banana and vanilla and maybe a little sweet licorice.
Was a bit disappointed with this, not that it's a bad rum, but not for my palate. Found it a bit harsh and had a (for me) a whisky like back note (which was supported by being a favourite rum for visiting friends who like whisky). Overall once gone I won't be buying another one.
...product with for sure no sugar added, distilled by Foursquare. Hmm, did I ever have something bad from this distillery? Nope!
This little rascal is finished in oloroso casks and the sherry is very evident on the nose right away along with a hint of banana and caramel. It’s a little dry. Sipping reveals a light and fairly elegant rum with subtle natural sweetness that quickly rolls towards a slightly tannic finish hinting at the sherry notes and perhaps a bit of coconut?
I actually had a hard time defining the notes in this one. I prefer the doorlys 12 year but this Is still very nice and well balanced but perhaps a bit shy.
My least favourite aged rum from sherry casks so far, but still very drinkable.
very cherry plum flavours, not a lot of spicier notes... a bit of harsh burn to go with it.
Tested this at a restaurant some times ago. Doorly’s XO is as all rum from R.L. Seale’s and The Foursquare distillery pricewhorty.
But I won’t let it in into my Bajan rum shelf where I already have the 12yo one, which I find even better.
More complex than the 5-year, but still not a complex sipper. Maybe use this for an Old Fashioned.
This is not the finest rum out there, but it's defintely above average with many fine rum qualities. Having said that, for under $20 a bottle it's and great way to enjoy a quality aged rum on a budget. Would work wonders in a Mai Tai, daiquiri, or rum old fashioned without breaking the bank. A definite upgrade from the commonly used mass produced rums out there!
Habe mich durch den günstigen Preis für einen XO verführen lassen und war dann doch enttäuscht - wenig komplex, dafür recht alkoholische Schärfe. Auf jeden Fall kein verzuckerzer Rum.
Tropical fruit on the nose, a hint of cocoa on the palate, but not chemical, somehow they managed to extract it from the aging process, and of course wooden barrel, it is still dry rum.
Fairly straight up Rum. Good for mixers. Pepper nose. Smooth finish. Good price.
For a barbados rum I thought it would have more flavor. It sounds great, but really just doesn't come through. :/ More like a gold.
tones of burned chocolate, dry sugar cane, toffée, vanilla and fruit
This is a special rum to me as this was the first "premium" rum I ever tasted. It has been a staple for me ever since in my journey through the world of rum.
Nose: Clear notes from the time spend in sherry-casks with a hint of smoke
Taste: Vanilla, nuts and a long, sweet and complex aftertaste with clear hints of sherry
Overall: This is a fantastic rum. It is a bit too expensive, which also hurts the rating, but the taste is just wonderful and something everyone should be able to enjoy.
Lovely color. Rather thin in the mouth. Quite dry. Starts peppery, developing a faint burn. Reminiscent of some California brandies, only not as sweet. A decent potion but my palate prefers others at this price.
Nose - vanilla
Taste - slight oak, vanilla, orange
Since I can pick this up for less than Mount Gay Eclipse, I'd choose this any day of the week.
This will be my go to Bajan rum.
This Rum is actually a classic one. No sugar add, no spiced, no flawored. You got no alcohol smell but when you taste it you can realize how “heavy” it is. It’s not from sweetest. It comes more like from true pirate Rum cask, what marked by X.O.
I give about 6.5 - 7
And I will buy it again
Bajan rum full of luscious fruit flavors (red-fruits and stone-fruits). Velvety mouthfeel, quite rich (but not sweet). Good oak and vanilla, classic toasted/caramelized sugar flavors, and some pot-still weight too.
A very skillfully crafted rum. Versatile enough for both mixing and enjoying neat. For $20, its an absolute steal.
Tento rum není doslazovaný. Hodně jde znát vlil sudu. Dřívko tam je dosytosti, ale nikoli přehnaně. Milá změna po sladkých rumech. Docela dobře vybalancovaný. Můžu doporučit.