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Appleton Estate Exclusive rum

Appleton Estate Exclusive

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Posted 5 years ago by Norm Swayze from Canada with 3 ratings

Not if but when you tour the Appleton rum factory in Jamaica be sure to budget to buy this bottle before they are all gone !
A great rum to be warmed up !


Posted almost 6 years ago by Andrew from Canada with 76 ratings

We endured temperatures above 45 degrees + our little shuttle bus had to make numerous stops along the way to let people out to puke due to the bumpy hot conditions.
But it was all worth it though. I managed to acquire two bottles (one signed by Joy Spence).
In terms of taste; this is not overly sweet and not as much oak as the 30 year old. Very smooth but at $250 dollars a pop, it is a little bit expensive for what it is.


Posted over 6 years ago by Allan Bjerreskov from Denmark with 116 ratings

When in Jamaica visit the Appleton destillery - the only place you can buy this rum. It's really good and complex. Not especially sweet, so if you are a sugar lover, it might not be your thing.


Posted 11 months ago by RummyDog from Canada with 27 ratings

Tonight's Rum: Appleton 1749 Estate Exclusive. One of the best rums made by Appleton. A very fine rum with molasses and caramel notes. Orange and vanilla on the nose, sweet on the pallet having a complex tropical fruit flavor. Warm on the way down, not harsh, just warm. It finishes with a hint of pepper, and honey sweet. It's only available at the Appleton Distillery in Jamaica and spite expensive @ $250USD.


Posted 2 years ago by Lunalito from Switzerland with 1 rating

Nur bei direkt bei Appleton in Jamaika für viel Geld zu bekommen.
Somit eine absolute Rarität für den waren Rum-Liebhaber.


Posted over 4 years ago by Tony from Canada with 23 ratings

I purchased a bottle in the case from Appleton when there in 2013. Learning now that it's no longer being offered, I'm hesitant to open the bottle, diminishing the value.
I've not yet found a quality Appleton rum that I enjoy, but this being the best I've had my hands on really teeters me on the "do I or don't I" fence.
Perhaps I'll put it to the forum for feedback.


Posted 6 years ago by R.Ennell from Canada with 26 ratings

Too bad it's in limited quantities (AND only available at the estate, AND Incredibly expensive when you factor in the travel cost to get it) or it would be my "GO TO" rum (instead of my "There is NO WAY you've been THAT nice to me" rum)

PS. Considering the cost of traveling to the Appleton estate from Canada to be able to get a bottle of this one, it makes the 50 year old at $5000.00 a bottle (Available at a liquor store near here) seem almost "Affordable",,,LOL


Posted over 7 years ago by Papa Bear from Canada with 15 ratings

This is so smooth. It's worth the trip to Appleton's in Jamaica to get a bottle.


Posted over 8 years ago by Scott Mitchell from United States with 4 ratings

I found this rum a more flavorful taste, I have used this in a few recipes and it has given them a most wonderful taste, along with compliments.


Posted over 8 years ago by Bruce from Canada with 5 ratings

sip dont gulp