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Angostura is broad in the way that they produce its Rums, with big viarity you can find round and smoth products and some more dry oaky. This is long fiinish with some oak in it.
When I try a new bottle of Angostura, I'm always a bit exited, cause I feel there's big variety in taste among there labels. The 1787 is no different, with a unique profile in the range.
The nose surprises me, and the first thing that comes to my mind is Caroni. It has full, sweet notes of butterscotch, candied, baked banana and vanilla, but also an unmistakable note of that deep, tarry and oaky petroleum. The composition is very inviting and mouth watering. In the mouth the rum feels balanced and opens sweet with toffee, banana and dried prunes, going into oaky and slightly petroleum like caroni notes, but not in a overpowering way. Overall it's a sweet rum, that could perhaps have been more exiting with less sugar and slightly more %alc., but that's probably mood dependent, and I still enjoy this one quite a bit actually (8,5).
Riche et subtil avec des arômes de mélasse et de vanille. Rond et onctueux sur des saveurs de miel, de fruits et de chocolat avec une finale longue et suave avec de belles notes de fruits.
Beautiful mahogany color with almond pastry notes, butterscotch, coffee and caramel sometimes going to chocolate and dried fruit. On the palate are dried fruits such as grapes with woody notes. The final is long and dry. I never identified the caroni side explained by Martin Jeppesen on his comment. The tasting environment was noisy and polluted by food odors. Could be great to taste it again... ;-)
Sååå len och mjuk i smaken. Söt, vilket jag gillar. Jag blev överförtjust i den.
Darker color and distinguishable presence. Smooth all the time yet specific one. Caramel flavour in in the body. Gets smoother in the aftertaste.
I don’t think that I have tested a rum with a taste comparable with this one before. I’m not sure what it is, maybe grapefruit or citrus. Anyway the Angostura has made it again. The 1787 is on their No 1 level.
I have now also tested the new No 1 (Ed3) and I must say it’s not coming up to the same level as the earlier No 1’s and the 1787.
Picture: My Angostura shelf
N- Initial nutmeg that leads you into tropical fruit farm filled with ripe fruits, soothing and comfort aroma of maple, liquorice, banana and passionfruit rising from the glass. Thought a tad of nasty brown sugar in the middle but still pleasant. Peach-ed marsala tea. (86/20)
P- Spices, toasty with coat of bitter sweet toffee. Floral and fruit nuances linger with canned fruits, apricot and peach of that sorts. Wee thin on body, a bit stingy as this supposed their very top range. (86/20)
F- Short-medium, remain waxy, buttery with mouthwatering spicy oak. Short of width, drowned with dilution. Could be better (85/19)
Weighted Rate- 78pt
— at The Rum Bar KL.
Schönes helles Mahagoni im Glas.
In der Nase dominiert das Karamell, Früchte und Holztöne begleiten das Ganze.
Im Gaumen sehr weich und elegant wie ein Sahnebonbon mit Karamellkern, sehr süss.
Der Abgang schön lang und langsam ausklingend.
Ein gutgemachter Rum um eine guten Tag ausklingen zu lassen. Für Liebhaber von leicht süssem Rum.
G+R F LU18
Beautiful light mahogany in the glass.
Caramel dominates the nose, fruits and wood tones accompany the whole thing.
Very soft and elegant on the palate, like a creamy candy with a caramel core, very sweet.
The finish beautifully long and slowly fading away.
A well-made rum to end a good day. For lovers of slightly sweet rum.
G + R F LU18
I didn’t think Angostura could do better than 1824, but... here we are. A very smooth, sippable rum.
The oak taste surprised me a little the first time i treid it ... But i gave it a chance ... The oak taste turns in to a sweet taste of fruit
Thick molasses, toffee sweetness with a touch of funky/ sourness from long fermented rum which I enjoy very much. Toasted oak and pop corn with caramel coating.
Less charred notes compare to Angostura 1824 which makes it light but flavourful toffee sweetness, dried prunes and unripe peach.
Finishing was a surprise which is woody and pretty fruity, perhaps it's from the aging which I enjoy very much.
While the color of the pour in my snifter looks like right out of a photo shoot, the taste will deliver as it harmonizes all senses with a generous finish. A treat to have in my cigar room bar and almost in need of replacing already. If there is an Armagnac of rums, this might be the one. Just say yes.
Doftar välbalanserad, inte för söt men ändå inbjudande, smaken sviker lite, slår igenom lite grappatoner.
Angostura 1787 claims to be a 15 year old rum, but unfortunately there are easily three dozen better 15 year old rums out there. In isolation the Angostura 1787 is not a bad rum at all, but far from great also. The 1787 is much better than the 1919 or 1824 rums from Angostura, but after well over 300 aged rums later, I'm not a big fan of the Angostura family of rums. 1787 barely scores a five for me, so it is way over rated rum in my opinion.
Le 1919 m avait bien plus. J ai voulu passer à celui ci. Attention, il ne plaira pas à tous car il a le goût typique dés rhum de trinidad.
I had this side by side with the Angostura 1824, as they are both priced similarly (this costs just a little more).
This has more oak than the 1824, and is slightly dryer as a result, but it is still sweet.
Smells and tastes of molasses, oak, honey, and spice. Between this and the 1824, I'll give the ever so slight edge to the 1824, as I like sweeter less oaked rums.
But this is another fine rum by Angostura!
Well balanced taste with a long and crisp finish. Rich mahogany color with bronze highlights. Sweet aroma of bananas and dried fruits.
Taste....slight burn but satisfying once swirled. Hints of rum and more rum. Authentic rum flavour not too sweet but in no way bitter. Great as a mixer or straight. If drunk straight recommend little or no ice. Mixes well with coca cola and LLB (lemon lime and bitters)
The maestros of the Angostura again prove what they can. Very spicy, sweet & fruity top rum.
My first reaction to this rum was that it had so much tropical fruit flavor that it's practically its own cocktail. Not too sweet, not too much oak. A lovely new offering from the House of Angostura, of which I am an ardent fan. The best of their regular line, in my opinion, though I still am fond of other smaller-edition independent bottlings. The flavor here is very compelling, and worth the effort of obtaining a bottle.
What a Great Rum. Smells like the 1824, but taste like Honey on your Tongue!
Le nez est plus discret que le 1824 et en bouche la différence avec le 1824 est trop discrète, on est sur les mêmes saveurs mais en moins puissant, certains diront plus subtil…en fait j’ai l’impression de boire un 1919. Du coup je ne peux pas m’empêcher de me dire que la différence de prix ne vaut pas le cout. Ayant noté le 1824 avec un 9, il est logique de donner un 8 à cette version.