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Tasty, but not quite great
The rhum agricoles from french Guyana is a bit different from those of Martinique or Guadeloupe, they have a sort of earthiness of their own. La Belle Cabresse is one of my top favorites for ti-punch...
I've discovered this rum at the Paris RumFest 2014. It has been a very good surprise to me: Powerfull and fruitfull, its one of the single light rum that I would be able to drink straight up, along with the Damoiseau.
Ce rhum de Guyane me semble plus doux en bouche que les rhums agricoles de Martinique, le goût fruité ressort bien.
En finale, on trouve un petit arrière-goût un peu terreux.
Goûté en ti punch.
First taste is sweet with fruit and herbal tones. Aftertaste is long but not pleasant. Average white agricole without any typical character.
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