Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Its taste it is better than its aroma.
Sweet but strong. The alcohol covers the aromas. Tones of caramel
Sugar: 30 GPL.
While the colour and taste of the rum does reflect the impact of the Red Wine barrels it was aged in, the special aging didn't do the trick. I found that there was a strong alcohol in both the taste and aroma. It's got a nice burnt brown sugar taste with a trace of bourbon burn. Overall I found it to be a tad harsh on the nose and in taste, and horribly over priced at $130 CDN. I would stick with the better known 12, 15, or 21 year old rums from El Dorado. Mix only.