Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Really nice to see how smotheer is the Jamaican 57,18 than the rest of the bunch of the same origin/style.
Nice job on the lightest esters by the iodic influence of the see transport.
A bold, 57% navy strength expression of classic Jamaica rum. Young and crisp, (four years in barrels, I think) but full of complex notes of banana, pineapple, cottonsedge and light oak. You could assume there is a cane juice presence in the mash, but it is still an unmistakably Jamaican rum, dominated by molasses.