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Three Sheets Cask Strength rum

Three Sheets Cask Strength

United States | Aged

Three Sheets Cask Strength rum, a version of their Barrel-Aged Rum that spends additional time aging in new charred (#3) American white oak barrels before it’s bottled from single barrels at cask strength (which is around 128 proof).

via American Rum Report

7.0/10 (2 ratings)
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Posted about 2 months ago by Joola69 from United States with 2643 ratings

Phenomenal rum tasting with Falcon91Wolvrn03 continued with Three Sheets Cask Strength. Nice and unique bottle and label design. Bright golden color. Hot at 63.5% alcohol. Hardly any flavors to your nose and palate when neat sipped, just plenty of burn and that's it. Three Sheets has been aged only 3y and no wonder the flavor profile is all about bite and no bark.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Falcon91Wolvrn03 (PREMIUM) from United States with 440 ratings

This rum totally surprised me. I'm not a huge fan of the Three Sheets Barrel Aged rum, so I guessed this was nothing more than a stronger version of that, but I was wrong.

I tried this against the Three Sheets Barrel Aged Rum, along with other highly rated 'cask strength' rums, like the Foursquare Criterion, the Mount Gay XO Cask Strength Limited Edition, and the Foursquare 2004 11-Year Bourbon Cask Strength. To me this topped all of those.

This has a beautiful flavor, which smells and tastes of caramel, molasses, oak, vanilla, and spice. Really good straight at 63.5% abv; I didn't bother adding water or ice.

If you're not afraid to sip a 63.5% rum, I highly recommend giving this one a try. Even if you are, this is still damn good with a splash of water.