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Kill Devil (Hunter Laing) 2005 Jamaica 10-Year rum

Kill Devil (Hunter Laing) 2005 Jamaica 10-Year

United Kingdom | Aged

8.2/10 (6 ratings)
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6 Kill Devil (Hunter Laing) 2005 Jamaica 10-Year ratings

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Posted 6 months ago by András Péter Balogh from Hungary with 41 ratings

Has a great funk in it not so overwhelmingly rough but has a great punch. Great stuff from Hunter Laing

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Posted 7 months ago by Kieron wood (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 432 ratings

This is beautiful with the funk with full strength cask taste wow ...
Taste of wood , toffee and slight apple at the end bizarly ... Burns the Bose but Tastes delicious..add a drop of water to dial it down and then the pepper finishes come through

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Posted over 2 years ago by Tomy from Romania with 423 ratings

Classic hampden Estate rum. In the mouth, we find the same aromas with fruits always present but it is not too expressive, it lacks strength. Good Aftertaste.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Demno from Czech Republic with 91 ratings

I was very interesting in trying one of the Kill Devil limited rums. This one exhibits 46% of alcohol, which I find a drawback, the rum being to harsh compared to my favourite Appleton 12yo.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Marc Cardinal from Belgium with 401 ratings

Nice straw color. The Jamaican markers are present as the varnish with also fruity and floral notes. Mainly white fruits like pear. In the mouth, we find the same aromas with fruits always present but it is not too expressive, it lacks strength. The end is short. It does not hold the distance in front of a Hampden of 17 years or 24 years but it is a beautiful rum to discover the Jamaica. Real rate = 7,5

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Posted over 3 years ago by vincent from France with 128 ratings

Au premier abord l’odeur d’alcool est très présente, mais après avoir laissé respirer le rhum dans le verre la banane et la poire dominent et vous envoutent, on n’a plus envie de sortir le nez du verre. C’est très prometteur et c’est bien ça le défaut de ce rhum, car une fois en bouche il n’y a pas d’explosion de saveurs, on ne retrouve pas les sensations offerte par le nez même si les fruits et les épices sont bien la. L’attaque est assez douce et le rhum descend tout seul dans la gorge mais malheureusement il manque de complexité pour être excellent.