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Habitation Velier 2010 Hampden LROK rum

Habitation Velier 2010 Hampden LROK

Italy | Overproof

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25 Habitation Velier 2010 Hampden LROK ratings

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Posted 25 days ago by Polis from Czech Republic with 12 ratings

This HV absolutely fits for purpose from my point of view, Comparable with GH but stronger on the tongue, it makes me blowed up from my pants 😎


Posted 2 months ago by Smovens from United States with 103 ratings

This is pure fruit and burnt rubber. Missing the rest of the complexity of hampden blends, but still pretty delicious. Wouldn't buy for the price though.

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Posted 5 months ago by RumGuy1 from United States with 44 ratings

Funky hobo flavor for days, citrus fruit, grassy, very Unique


Posted 7 months ago by vomi1011 from Germany with 350 ratings

Today I have a 6y old LROK in the glas. I already tasted LFCH, HGML, C<>H, <>H and some DOKs.
I'm curious what LROK can offer.

The nose is strong with a bite. I get the pineapples from the high ester smell first. The nose is fruity and also sour. A typical Hampden nose. After some time in the glas the apples are rising.
Around the fruits is also some solvent, some oak and grasy notes with fresh bananas.

The taste starts with pineapple and glue, then I get a bitter note from tannins. It's like a typical high ester Hampden. Then the taste turns very sour, acid is rising on the palet with some solvent.
In the middle the taste became more saturated, I get honey, again the acid with solvent, then papaya and apples.
The finish starts with spice and pineapple, not I get hints of white oak and some grasy notes. Not much malt in the aftertaste, because the esters are more present.
The aftertaste is with pineapples, apples and malt. Thats tasty.

Overall a good high ester Hampden. I would prefer more malt in the taste and less acid. Therefore 87 points.

Nose: acid, apples ***, pineapple**, white oak, some glue or solvent, banana**, grasy note, papaya*
Taste: pineapple, glue, some tannins, acid, acid, acid, solvent
Middle: honey, acid, solvent, papaya, apples
Finish: spice, pineapple, white oak, grasy note
Aftertaste: pineapple, apple, some malt

Sweetness: 2/5
Fruits: 4.5/5
Spice: 3/5
Mildness: 3/5
Complexity: 4/5
Value (110€): 3.5/5
Experience level: expert

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Posted 9 months ago by MaartenVL from Belgium with 31 ratings

Heavy rum for the more experienced rumlover. Taste of benzine, leather and dark chocolat. With almost 70 degrees its one of the havier rums in the world. Enjoy and drink with caution.


Posted 1 year ago by András Péter Balogh from Hungary with 41 ratings

The first sip burns a bit but it smoothens in the end.
Oak, molasses spice, cinamon, smoke, funk, floral, exotic fruits, dark berries, wood, sugarcane... Almost everything I like in a rum! :)


Posted over 1 year ago by Alaska Joe from United States with 41 ratings

This is a serious expression of what Jamaican rum is all about. Sweet, not so smooth, with a double Hongo kick to your saggy ass. To me, It’s a bit much,all alone in your mouth.... but I’ve made some incredible drinks using this as a backbone. Strong funk, long legs and a aftertaste that carries on. Unique for sure.


Posted over 1 year ago by laurent from France with 50 ratings

At 67° it is maybe not intended to be sipped straigh... with some drops of water it reveals all the usual Hampden flavours = ananas, olive, dry wood, earth... Not as extreme and maybe not as excellent as the HLCF of the same bottlings but still very good. If you like this style only.


Posted almost 2 years ago by M.R.J. from Finland with 203 ratings

Good stuff, this one. Powerful as a Hampden ever is, but - somehow more civilized high-ester stuff. The age has taken off the biggest jolt of the esters, and left us with a fine, funky Jamaican rum. Voila!


Posted almost 2 years ago by HCL from Sweden with 3 ratings

Habitation Velier, the brand that doesn't insult your intelligence. An example how rum should be presented for consumers.

Notes: Glue. And surprisingly aged agricole Martinique style.

Not so delicious as expected. Also not so intense aroma as expected. Not my favorite Jamaican rum. But still interesting. An educational comparison with its unaged brother LROK white.