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Posted almost 2 years ago by JU04 from France with 45 ratings

Bon rhum mais assez insipide au final.
Notes poivrées et iodées.
Rhum assez végétal sans prédominance de l'alcool.

Posted almost 3 years ago by Stefan from Denmark with 4 ratings

Er hvid rom ikke kun noget at blande i drinks?!
Nej, ikke når der er tale om Longueteau's enkeltmarks-rom. No. 1 og No. 9 er meget karakteristiske.
No. 9, som er den jeg har i glasset nu dufter sødligt af noget ubestemmeligt.
Smagen er kraftig af peber og citrus og så salt til sidst. Eftersmagen er mild og meget lang. Den høje alkohol mærkes uden at den er overdøvende (55%).
Specielt for No. 9, så har den chilli-effekt, hvor den begynder at brænde i munden, hvis den holdes der, i stedet for at synkes.
Meget stor rom-oplevelse, som jeg ikke ville være foruden.

Posted about 3 years ago by Chris from Belgium with 100 ratings

In order to create this Rhum, Longueteau has used red cane coming from one single parcel : the 9th.
In the glass or in the mounth, the cane is well present but not fulsome. With 55%, the alcohol is nicely tickling your papillas. In addition to this, you will also find some sweet and fruity notes. The ending is spicy and invite you to fill up your glass again.

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

Second rum coming from different cane fields from Longueteau after the n°1 here is the n°9. It should be noted that last week at the Belgian Rum festival, the No. 4 was presented by François Longueteau himself. It's sure that others will follow. The interest is these parcels gives different flavors depending on the cultivated cane. In this case, it is red cane. This gives a rum with a nose on sugar cane, very vegetal and floral. In the mouth, alcohol is present but not dominant. Notes of exotic fruits, mango, and always the sugar cane well present. There is mainly an impression of gluttony. The finish is long with spice notes. A tasting is planned with the three for comparison.

Posted about 3 years ago by max from Canada with 27 ratings

Longueteau Rhum blanc agricole (sélection parcellaire) n’ 9
Canne rouge
Année : 2014
Bouteille : 5578/6000
Origine : Guadeloupe
55 %
70 cl
Nez : Odeur de sel/poivre et canne
Bouche : Goût végétal de canne, la chaleur en bouche s’amène progressivement pour finalement laisser une longue finale.

Posted over 3 years ago by Rum-Schnacker from Germany with 131 ratings

Dry Rhum. bold 55%
some great stuff. you have to try, if you love agricole. this is the base. from one company, from one island, from one distillery AND from only one sugar cane field.
pepper is the dominant note. citric and grassy notes following in a mild way.aftertaste and bold character! the brother of this, from parcelle 1 is the other way round. soft peppery notes and bold cirtric and grassy taste. wow!