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Lamb’s Navy Rum is a blend of Caribbean rums that are aged four years in whiskey and bourbon barrels.
The original Lamb's Navy rum recipe, created by Alfred Lamb, blended 18 different rums sourced from Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados and Guyana. Lamb began blending the rums in England in 1859 and references the British Royal Navy in its name.
One of best among black types. Very strong flavour of burnt caramel with natural feeling. Smooth and mild in throat. Like it.
First rum I ever had not too bad but a bit nasty on its own.
Never seen it before in bordershops in Denmark, and it was very cheap, so just another one for the collection :)
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Nice initial smell but the taste is harsh and empty. If you're stuck with it, add in sugary cocktails
This Rum is my Grandmothers favourite. Only good with Coke.
Cannot drink straight, ok as a mixer. In terms of cheap rums go for Captain Morgans over this.
This is a quintessential Canadian liquor product somewhat like the Canadian wines of yesteryear. Just truly bad not worth drinking if someone gave you a bottle.
Not much for body in this one, I'll drink it if it's given to me lol
Meer van verwacht, puur een oké rummetje, molasses en wat hout, maar zeer geschikt voor in een baco.
All to be expected from a large scale dark navy rum but certainly not the worst.
Nice initial flavour but the toasted caramel is just a bit too bitter for the end note.
Best saved for mixing or a cold long night at sea.
Compared to the real navy rum, this seemed like water. A pale shadow of by-gone days. I suspect the recipe has changed in recent years.
This is an OK rum that has stood the test of time. Not my favourite, but a good chaser after a cider or four.
Probably best enjoyed with a coke/Pepsi, I'd rather not spoil any drink like a rum or whisky with a coke.
I have had a tot or two of this drink every year on my birthday since I was 16 thanks to my ex RN father. I have grown to appreciate the flavour but still find it a little too harsh for it to be classed as a rum I'd drink by choice. The smell is far nicer than the taste which often reminds me of burnt hair. A great drink to mix with Shrub in true Cornish style.
Feels a little watered down and wouldn't particularly choose this if I had the choice
One of those rums that stays at the back of your drinks cabinet for years without being consumed. Very good as an aditive ingredient to rum cakes. 😈
Lambs navy is ok as the title suggests cheap but ok
Lamb's is versatile and tastes pretty decent. Rather smooth, notes of treacle but not as full bodied as some might expect from a dark rum. Great mixed with Pepsi or ginger beer and lime. Great on a tight budget.
Flat and lacks distinction but have had a few over the years.
This was my first experience of rum with coke.... Very deep taste that is cheap on the pocket.... Decent mixer rum if you like darker flavours....
a drink my dad always used to have in the house, so i think it may be why i was so late in life to discover and fall in love with rum and its diversity.
the amber a hot toddy was designed for, almost by accident a common cold and an ex girlfriend bought me lambs... the cold went... the girlfriend went... the love for rum stayed!
Completely inoffensive, recommendable and affordable molassey dark rum. Drink with coke, not great straight.
I picked up a bottle while in Canada and it is a suitable rum for mixing with Coke and a nice lime. Not great on the rocks.
Decent rum best drunk with cola. Certainly not the best out there but perfectly acceptable. Maybe a bit sweet for some.
Steve Crotty via Rum & Reviews