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Appleton Estate V/X rum is comprised of 15 rum blends that have been distilled from molasses in copper stills and aged between 5-10 years in oak casks (hence the "V/X"). After blending, Appleton V/X receives additional aging to unite the flavors before bottling.
Mit diesem Rum habe ich meine Unschuld verloren.
Habe in den "90er" Jahren diesen Rum nach Hause gebracht,
als es Hierzulande nur Coruba, Bacardi und Stroh-Rum im Handel gab.
Da habe ich bemerkt das Rum etwas leckeres sein kann.
Etwas deftig in der Nase, im Mund jedoch Aromen von Zuckerrohr, Karamell, Toffee.
Im Abgang alles schnell weg.
With this rum I lost my innocence.
In the "90s" I brought this rum home,
As there were only Coruba, Bacardi, and Stroh-Rum in the market.
Since I noticed, that rum something delicious can be.
Slightly strong in the nose, in the mouth however aromas of sugar cane, caramel, toffee.
In the finish, everything is quickly gone.
Very nice rum my local keno had this its a good go to rum instead of bacardi with coke
Lighter-bodied than the Appleton 12 Year, and a little sweet to me. Definitely a valuable building block for serious mixing.
I purchased this bottle because it was specifically called out in a cocktail I was making, it worked will in the drink. I hadn't tasted the V/X out of the bottle until one of my monthly tastings when a guest asked to try it. I sipped a little, put the cap back on and decided to keep the bottle on my mixing shelf.
rum not a bad introduction to the Jamaican style
Not overwhelming in any one characteristic. A bit astringent, but not unbearable. Good mixer, relatively smooth.
Nothing special, good with coke. Bit harsh.
This rum is good for those who are looking to move up from the standard bar selections, great mixer, very good with a squeeze of lime and a pinch of sugar, and it is tolerable as a sipper.
And a good mixer for the price. I often find this in place of AE 12 year. Not as good but comparable. Mostly used as a mixer.
Appleton makes some very good rums. This one is ok, good for mixers while tailgating at a Buffett show, but not my top shelf liquor. It has decent clor, fair aroma, and the vanilla hints go good with coke zero.
Has a strong, raw cane smell/taste to it, but reasonably smooth. Compared to the 8 or 12 it seems like an out of focus version of the older Appletons. Still, it makes a good drink and you can sip it.
Ots a resonable aged rum, with a short pasa In oak barrels, toó muchos alcohol smell and favor. Only forma mixing whit cola and juice fruits
Mixed up it's a great drink - adds enough golden flavour without being overpowering.
Not a bad mixed rum, ok straight but a good mixer
Easily consumable in a bind says it all.
Excellent, deep, strong flavor. Just look out for the kick!
Different flavors exist for this. They say has Oak, but I find very little of this flavour for this.
Nice smooth rum
Nice in mixed drinks
My wife bought a bottle of the Reserve and the V/X for my birthday last year. This is very good to sip, but at a price where mixing isn't a sin either.
I am a fan of the Jamaican style of rum. The v/x is a nice intro to this style
One of my top choice rums
Smooth and easy sipping.
Standard amber rum, infact right now its my bar's house pour. I know ive only given it a 6 but for me a 6 is a good standard score. Theres a lot better around but you could do a lot worse!
Starts as a lighter, fruity taste and ends with more of a whiskey, smokey flavour. Longer finish than most, with a spice that lingers. More dry then sweet.
Appleton Estate V/X rum review by The Rum Howler
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