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French Antilles are famous for their agricole rhum, but they prove they also can make good molasses rum with this one.
Very vegetable and fruity, with touches of tabacco and ginger.
As i do for every agricole or molasses rum i drink this one straight up, i think it's a good pick to start a tasting and go for rhums or rums more stronger as the tasting goes, since this one is very sweet in mouth.
Nice gold color with gray green reflection. The nose is very vegetable on sugar cane but also exotic fruits like pineapple. In the mouth, alcohol is present but does not disturb. Vegetable and even medicine flavors are found. The final is medium on licorice aromas. Beautiful rum.
nice bottle great 50's style label
At 1st i thought the alcohol taste was too over powering, but after letting everything settle I enjoyed the hot raw taste of this rum
Rum tasting in New York City continued with Transcontinental Rum Line Guadeloupe 2013. Unique and beautiful bottle and label design. Light greenish golden color. No added sugars at all. Pineapple and sugarcane sweetness to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Strong and dry burn at the end.
They label them according to where they were picked up and a minimum aging in the country, then spent the rest of the time in Europe. So it's a European rum trying to pretend, and it shows. Beautiful label though.