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El Dorado 1999 Port Mourant rum

El Dorado 1999 Port Mourant

Guyana | Aged

7.7/10 (18 ratings)
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18 El Dorado 1999 Port Mourant ratings

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Posted 10 months ago by Helena Tiare from Sweden with 110 ratings

This is how I think El Dorado rums should be, no sugar added! and a good punch!

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Posted over 3 years ago by Marc Cardinal from Belgium with 401 ratings

It is certainly my favorite of this family 'rare collection". In the nose, there are notes of anise, licorice but especially this particular smell of wood moist like trees after a heavy rain or the bridge of an old boat after a thunderstorm, the same notes on the palate with the licorice and always the wood. A beautiful attack in the mouth with astringency. The finale is magnificent all in complexity with a festival of aroma. If the price was not a brake, it will be a real 10 but for me the real rate is : 9,5

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Posted 3 years ago by Golfm from Denmark with 153 ratings

Good balance, a little sweet and very tasteful and smooth.

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Posted over 4 years ago by martin jeppesen from Denmark with 241 ratings

The first thing that comes to my mind when nosing this rum, is an old wooden shipdeck and big ropes. I pick up pretty heavy notes of wood and tar, but also a lot of spices like aniseed, black pepper, cloves and nutmeg. More discretely, notes of orange marmelade and caramel also peeks out. As it lands on my tounge, the wooden notes explode, but not in a particular dry way. The taste quickly transition into the spicy aniseed, and tar notes followed by a buttery, oily and nutty caramel, which work damn well, countering the initial spicy explosion. Cut the big pricetag in half and this would be a 10.

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Posted 1 month ago by VikingXO from Denmark with 106 ratings

Can’t understand why this is not rated higher. I know it is not a “sweet”ride, but It’s powerfull, strong nose with a Dark taste. Sublime !

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Posted over 2 years ago by fcpchampagne51 from France with 10 ratings

nez complexe bouche changeante tres interessante
rhum de guyanne britanique

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Posted 8 months ago by SKB97 from Denmark with 9 ratings

This is truly a very powerful rum. I do enjoy it, but it is without doubt not for everyone. The power in this rum is not balanced, and the alcohol got quite a burn. It's very interesting to drink it, and you can definitely taste some of the flavours you also find in for example el dorado 15 years old. For itself this rum is way to unbalanced, and would do better in a blend with some smooth rum to make it more balanced. But I regret nothing buying this piece of history. The price tag is a little off tho, considering how few people this rum appeal to

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Posted over 3 years ago by Teis Madsen from Denmark with 114 ratings

Smagte den kl. 23.00 til en festival, så hukommelsen er lidt sløret, men husker den som en ganske glimrende rom, men prisen er ret høj...

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Posted 4 years ago by YMHC from Netherlands with 160 ratings

Ook deze rum is top! Zeer zacht voor een abv van 61,4℅. Een iets vegetale smaak (gras?) Met verder specerijen, kruidnagel, peper en hout.

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Posted 1 year ago by Michal Micko (PREMIUM) from Czech Republic with 333 ratings

Very dry taste starting with short fruity tones ending with wood, an marine tones. Not burning at all, Inwould expect around 50% , not 61% ! Absolutely out of typical El Dorado sweet character. Similar to Hampden...
Interesting experience, but the price for bottle (2000Eur) is not adequate.