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Tasty, but not quite great
With 50% of alcohol is little bit stronger, and with aroma of smoke is like single malt whisky. But it is still rum.
Mac Y/RN Masterclass. 50%. Worthy Park. Kolonne destilleret, på bourbon og sherry fad. Duft af estere, sure sokker, acetone, krydderier, citrus, banan, æble. Smag let af røg, citrus, træ/fad, tør.
Den her rom smager væsentligt bedre anden gang jeg smager den. Jeg bevæger mig op på et 7-tal.
Den har en del at byde på efter en anelse sprittet start.
A potent 5 year old little devil, finished in oloroso barrels. A deep amber hue reflects in the glass and the nose gives of notes of deep oak, heavily roasted coffee beans, raisins, sour cherries and a hint of buttery dark chocolate. Given the money, there's no lack of aroma here. Same goes for the taste that unfolds intensely with the same notes from the nose, alongside tannic and charred overtones in the medium long finish. I would call this rum more manly than refined, but the 50% vol is acceptably integrated. It works out, but perhaps not for everyone, you gotta fancy the overproof and oaky style to enjoy this.
I'm starting with this and moving over to TRCL Jamaica WP 2013. Since this bottle is produced in St Catherine, could be a release from Worthy Park too but do correct me if I'm wrong.
Leathery and herbicious and it's very much on the oaky woody side with aroma of coffee beans. Fruity banana with sour cherry compote.
Tannin on the gun and tends to be more funky compare on nosing with spicy and sweet dried fruits. Tobacco leaf and earthy Black coffee.
Tannic on the finishing with fruitiness and acidity of cherry compote. Light funkiness lingering towards the end but mellow. Pretty low on ester but manage to influence a few non Jamaican rum drinkers with it.
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