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You have really let this one brathe for a while. Taste than develops and is richer and smoother.
In the nose there is not much to sense. There is a bit smoke and alcohol.
At first sip jamaican origin is regognizable and reminds me appleton but its much sharper and bit sweeter in the finish. After a while taste is more round with hints of oak and whiskey like character.
This is definitely a worthy park influenced rum blend , loads of Jamaican funk that gives beautiful natural caramel , vanilla and smoke flavours .
Ok, aber gegen den Companero mit Schokogeschmack, welches mein momentaner Favorit ist, hat er einen schweren Stand. Für mich persönlich nichts besonderes.
It's not bad for the price, but not intensive enough. I like the CDI West Indies more.
Smell: pear, citrus fruits, vanilla, fresh wood, not intensive
Taste: watery, some vanilla, spice
Alcohol flavour is slightly dominating. Hint of molasa and wood. Dry. A few sips later is quite more drinkable, more smoother. This is not an again-buyer.
Rum tasting with my good buddy in Vilnius continued with 1423 Companero from Jamaica and Trinidad. Unique bottle and label design. Dark mahogany color. Plenty of glue and rubber to the nose and palate when neat sipped. None of the traditional Trinidad flavors can be found. Super strong and dry burn at the end being so dry.
Durfte diesen Rum im Rahmen eines Tastings kennenlernen.
Im Aroma sind wirklich augeprägte Nuancen von Schoko und Coffee. Was mich danach richtig umgehauen hat war der Geschmack. Ich habe wirklich noch nie einen Rum getrunken bei dem eine Geschmacksrichtung (hier Schokolade) so intensiv ausgeprägt war. Wirklich der Hammer. Für mich schon zu stark deswegen nur 7 Punkte. Unglaublich dass diesem Rum nichts beigefügt wurde und der Geschmack tatsächlich nur von den Kakaofässern kommt in denen er gelagert wurde.
Leicht verdünnt mut Wasser schmeckt er meines Erachtens besser weil nicht ganz so intensiv.
A combination of aged rums from Jamaica and Trinidad, produced by Danish bottler 1423 for its Compañero range. The Jamaican rums in the blend come from pot stills, while the rums from Trinidad were produced in column stills. The resulting expression is well-balanced and flavoursome - perfect for sipping neat. Sandalwood and tobacco give it a savoury nose, while notes of fried banana and chocolate balance out the palate.
Canndybar in a bottle, probably with a lot of added sugar. The nose is very sweet and kinda earthy with caramel, licourice and pastry. The notes from the nose carrys over the the taste, alongside buttery cocoa. It's fullbodied and very sweet with a destinct prickly sensation on the finish. The high proof helps counterbalance the heavy sweetness so it doesnt get to cloying.
Jamaica have a distinct flavour, when it comes to their rum. The same goes for Trinidad. The mix aims to broadly hitting none of the distinct marks of either.
Nose: Classic funky smells of a Jamaican rum, but way toned down.
Taste: At first it tastes like a classic Jamaican rum, but it soon transitions to a more smooth Trinidad-esque taste.
Overall: Fans of Jamaican and Trinidad-rums will hate this. It aims for all, but hits none.
an ok rum with a strong and powerful fragrance from the Jamaican rum and a smooth and elegant taste from the Trinidad rum with a lingering finish.
Scent powerful shades that characterize rooms from Jamaica, freshly cut grass, citrus
Taste: First, the power of Jamaica tastes, then a cute, smooth and elegant Trinidad texture with long, long lasting finish.
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