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Jules Verne Gold Agricole rum

Jules Verne Gold Agricole

Paraguay | Agricole

6.0/10 (3 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted 10 months ago by Florianhagemann from Peru with 83 ratings

El color extrañamente oscuro, muy oscuro.
En nariz suave, pasto, hierbas y madera.
En boca es fuerte y no baja al estar mas tiempo en copa. Nuevamente pasto, azúcar quemada y nada mas. Desaparece bastante pronto del paladar.

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Posted about 1 year ago by Joola69 from United States with 2649 ratings

Rum tasting in Minsk Belarus continued onwards with Jules Verne Rhum Agricole. Nice and unique old school bottle and label design. Mahogany color. Dry oakiness mixed with traditional grassy and floral notes to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Strong and dry burn at the end. Not a real Rhum Agricole, but not bad either.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Rei from Germany with 100 ratings

This rhum agricole styled rum is produced in Paraguay and bottled with a nice design. Nosing reveals complex aroma of ripe fruits, dark cherries and burnt sugar. Palate starts with some initial spicy attack (which is not that strong at the second / third sip) before switching to a woody flavor and the aroma notes of the nosing. Finish is short to medium and at the very end some smoky notes appear. Have tried to find more information about this rum on the web page of the producer and what is unfortunately missing is any specific and clear reference to the age of the rum. Overall the rum producer appears to be relatively young and states that the rum is produced without sugar sweetening and other additives, which is very positive. So if taken for that I would assume that this rum has undergone some kind of wood infusion. According to producer web page the rum has matured in french oak. What is still questionable is the very dark color of the rum in spite of the statement regarding additives/coloring. Nevertheless a rum that can be used for pure sipping, especially if you like dry ruhm agricole.