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I've tried many craft rums and came away impressed with this one. Some notes of vanilla at first, but finishes off smooth. Very easy to drink neat or on the rocks.
Tasted it recently at the Miami Rum trade expo. There were some not so good examples of rum there BUT then this one. I thought the noise was ok but was quite impressed by its flavor.
Low proof and light flavor. Sweet but supremely sippable. The orange is there but not ever present nor overpowering. Beautiful straw color. Nose is pure ether but not off-putting. This will certainly have a regular spot on my shelf.
Bought a bottle of Oak & Cane Gold Rum. Decent bottle and label design. Light golden color. Plenty of oak, orange and vanilla to the nose and palate. Very mild burn due to being so sweet. Not bad at all.
Gold rum. For a craft rum does have flavor. No real nose, little sweet. Can be used as supper neat or on rocks. It’s made with orange peel which must be what comes out but not distinct. Almost at times has fake sugar taste. Overall not bad but for not my typical interest
I was skeptical about this rum; as of this review all two 9 and all four 10 ratings were by reviewers with only one review. But I really enjoy this rum.
Smells and tastes of orange, creamsickle, sugar, and oak. Definitely on the sweet side, but I like sweet rum!
I was visiting Fort Lauderdale and the Las Olas "strip", when my friend said I had to try this new rum that was made in Florida. I don't know if I have drunk rum other than in a mixed drink, but I figured I would give it a shot. It was GOOOD! Smooth, great taste, and very drinkable with or without rocks. Now I'm a convert and want to try other rums "straight" but I am definitely a fan of Oak & Cane.
Belle couleur. Goût surprenant. Rhum fait en Floride.
A nice gold rum that doesn't have to be anything more. It features well in classic cocktails, especially a Rum Old Fashioned.
Absolutely love this rum. I used it to make a lemon berry sangria for a brunch party and people couldn't get enough of it. It's perfect because it works for sweet drinks, as well as straight up or on the rocks.
So, at first I thought the Total Wine guy was just selling me on this new local rum. The bottle is nice looking but I was skeptical because of the orange peel process and didn't want to buy a flavored rum. He gave me a sample on the spot and I was completely shocked at the subtleness of the orange peel and how this rum goes down. It's hands down the smoothest 80 proof rum I've tried to date. Once I got it home I had some on the rocks, and I would make one suggestion...If you're going to sip on it, it only needs 1 ice cube. If you're mixing this with anything I would recommend making it a strong pour.
Im not a huge rum drinker but this one really surprised me. Its very smooth making it a great sipping rum.