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Brinley Gold Shipwreck Coconut rum

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Posted about 2 years ago by Border Rum Guy from United States with 64 ratings

As previously noted and well put, this for those who seek the enjoyment of and the a whimsical taste of the Caribbean. It is truly delightful in its taste as sweet as it maybe and filled with the totally satisfying but not 'over the top' flavor of the Coconut. Enjoy!!

Posted 2 months ago by ZTrain1177 from Canada with 22 ratings

A nice tasting rum. It's not overly sweet and can be drank on it's own. Definitely worth it.

Posted almost 2 years ago by ChazMo from United States with 2 ratings

Agree with other reviews here; very good at its intended purpose. Got it by default for mixed drinks-- what my local liquor store had vs Malibu, etc.; been a staple since. It is quite sweet but the coconut flavor seems genuine and it goes very well in my many mixed drink concoctions-- its main purpose, in my view. Do not deign myself worthy to rate it straight/for sipping, which is even more subjective, due to its sweetness.

Posted over 1 year ago by CSG from United States with 23 ratings

Overall good, nice strength without being overwhelming. Clear and present coconut flavor, and I like that the thick nature can help sub for cream of coconut at least somewhat. Still seems a little candy-like to me, hard to take as a real serious rum but good for what it actually is.

Posted over 2 years ago by "Samuel Brunello" from United States with 78 ratings

Not much in the way of tasting notes, since this is a coconut rum that's pretty darn good at its job. This rum is essentially coconut syrup that comes in at 36% ABV. Surely the Added-Sugar-Police would love to hate this rum, and probably all the other BGS's out there, but take this for what it is: delicious! No, it's obviously not a "rum" by anyone's purist standards, what with the copious sugar and flavoring (which does taste like it was steeped with genuine coconut!), but if you pick up a coconut rum and then hate on it for not being a rich, dark, aged rum... well you kinda had that coming! If that's what you're looking for, look elsewhere. But if you want an instant vacation to tropical decadence, this is the place to go!

Posted almost 2 years ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 297 ratings

I had been wanting to try this coconut rum from St. Kitts for a long time, and there it was on the shelf of the store begging to be bought at only $24 for the bottle, so I gladly brought this puppy home. It is almost as good as my favorite Koloa Coconut rum, but comes with a slightly less ABV. This is real coconut with nothing fake. Since it is now much easier to find than Koloa, this will become my go-to coconut rum.

Update March 8, 2020: I finally got this rum in a side by side comparison with Koloa Coconut Rum from Kauai. This one wins! They probably add a tad bit of vanilla to the mix, but the flavors are far more pronounced than the Koloa. This one is now my top coconut rum and is readily available withing 200 miles of where I live. This one also evokes more of the tropical island vibe and makes the Koloa version seem bland by comparison.

Posted 12 months ago by kevin_kaye from United States with 8 ratings

While I still prefer Bacardi Coconut for mixed drinks, I was surprised at the very pure coconut flavor in the Shipwreck Coconut. Very clean but it could use just a little more rum flavor.

Posted over 1 year ago by Joola69 from United States with 2555 ratings

Had a rum tasting on a sunny afternoon, because why not. Brinley Gold Shipwreck Coconut Rum bottle and label design looks very cheap and low end. Mild alcohol and plenty of coconut coming through to the nose and palate. Mild burn at the end due to such a large amount of added sweetness.




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