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Appleton Estate Signature Blend rum

Appleton Estate Signature Blend

Jamaica | Aged

5.6/10 (209 ratings)
Easily consumable in a bind


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Posted over 2 years ago by Andy Beneveedez from United States with 8 ratings

At first the scent comes off as if it were going to be harsh, but then you take a sip and you figure out it’s just the strong spices coming out, with a medium caramel. The rum goes down smooth, not what I was expecting. For 20 dollars, it’s definitely better than captain org. and Bacardi spiced.


Posted 5 months ago by PirateKristen from United States with 18 ratings

Not super impressed with this one. I paid a lot for what it was and am far more impressed for rums I can get at a lower price point than this. I've heard good things about Appleton but this is meh.


Posted 5 months ago by matherj from Canada with 1 rating

I originally was very impressed withSignature, then one year it seemed to be a more harsh drink, so I would mix with a Flor de Cana 5 yr old to smooth it out, since the price was still right. The newly labeled Signature seems to have Been reblended, and now carries a smoothness I’ve missed.


Posted 5 months ago by Tomy from Romania with 424 ratings

This is a very good choice for mixing cocktail that requires a full bodied rum.


Posted 6 months ago by Diego from Australia with 20 ratings

Standard dark rum that is leaps ahead of bacardi's offerings, So for mixing, fruit punch and even with Coke. It's the does the job and does it well.


Posted 6 months ago by toonstormm from United Kingdom with 16 ratings

This has long been one of my favourites. Drinkable on its own and mixes well too. Underrated as a rum and not too expensive either. Recommended


Posted 6 months ago by Gilgamesh from United States with 4 ratings

Confession: I drink rum in shots. Usually 7 or more to be exact, over a 2-3 hour period. The rum doesn't have to be overly complex, obviously. But it needs to be smooth enough not to torch my gullet, and have a delicious aftertaste. This rum fits the bill at an attractive price point. I has the Jamaican funk, but with the edges rounded off. It's a great $20 rum, like Mount Gay or Plantation Barbados. Tastes like it's aged at least 2 years or more, maybe even 5. It's a well-made bottle of booze.


Posted 6 months ago by Cjbspender from Germany with 35 ratings

Cheap quality, hardly useful even for mixing. There are better ones.


Posted 7 months ago by Dan_Simm from United Kingdom with 3 ratings

A very good mixing rum but wouldn’t recommend sipping it


Posted 7 months ago by fahed from Belarus with 9 ratings

Not bad, good rum for mix with coke or even on rocks.


Posted 7 months ago by ZTrain1177 from Canada with 34 ratings

A nice tasting rum. Sweet but not overly so. Hints of caramel. Enjoyable with your favorite mix.