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Easily consumable in a bind
Rum tasting in Memphis continued with Amrut Two Indies Rum. Nice old school bottle and label design. Golden color. Strong Jamaican glue mixed with vanilla and citrus extracts to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Short and sweet burn at the end.
What little flavor there is, is kind of candy-ish, maybe orange candy, kind of artificial. It doesn't even have much alcohol burn. I might have liked this more if it were bottled at a higher proof, perhaps a naval strength offering, embracing the English style this is close to (but not quite as molasses thick).
I've tried two of Amrut's offerings: this, and the "Old Port". They aren't that different, and I'm surprised they have multiple expressions. Both are pretty sweet, but not too complex. Frankly I'd go with the "Old Port" first, which I liked slightly better, and is priced even more competitively.
Worth trying overall. Not much burn. Inexpensive, and punches above weight for the price, but wont wow you neat or on a cube of ice. A bit rich more so than sweat, and not dry if that pairs well with your food/evening.
I only bought this as I liked the Two Indies collaboration. Rum from Jamaica , Barbados and Guyana mixed with Indian jaggery ? A natural sweetener apparently. Nice golden amber colour , smells like Pussers to me , also citrus and spices , maybe a port or sherry influence ?.Nice aromas.. unfortunately thats where it all went downhill.
Sorry Andy Tee.. it does taste like whisky.. bit of a burn and a short finish.. not my cup of rum. This will be a mixer for me. Wasn't expecting much at the price point.
Посмотрим как с ромом в Индии (с виски получилось неплохо) - удивительно пустой аромат, да, и вкус не блещет, лёгкая маслянистость, немного соли, в той же струе, что и Люсия с Гаити от Плантейшн, но на порядок проще. 6/10
Unique in flavor with the marriage of various Caribbean rums and heavier Indian rum. Honey, caramel, warming spices, hint of Indian spice, subtle vanilla and some citrus nuances providing a flavorful change of pace from the so called beaten path.
I enjoy the many offerings from India, and this is yet another rum that satisfies as a sipper or mixer. This is not an easy rum to find...
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