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Cane Island Jamaica Single Island Blend rum

Cane Island Jamaica Single Island Blend

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Posted 3 months ago by RosieSox from United States with 37 ratings

This should be great but seems more watery and smoky than expected. Yes, there was a bit of hogo and some vanilla and fruit but it was faint and was overpowered by the smoky wateriness.


Posted over 1 year ago by martin jeppesen from Denmark with 252 ratings

A jamaican blend from Worthy Park, Monymusk, Hampden and New Yarmouth. Between 3-5 years old rums as well as high-ester unaged pot still. On paper, this could be real nice...
The nose carries bananas, mint, cake cream, melted caramel and a little hint of medicinal, gluey funk, so your reminded that it's still a jamaican blend your up against.
The taste however dissapoints a bit comming across watery and to sweet to my liking. Obviously there's added sugar at work here. It's mostly the caramel that shines through, with just a hint of that mint and cake cream, that doesn't last too long in the mouth. Great rum stripped of character for a broader appeal i geuss.


Posted over 1 year ago by Zane from Norway with 68 ratings

Better then the other one. Smell pleasant, caramely like A.H. Riise, but taste nowhere there.


Posted almost 2 years ago by JT from Norway with 36 ratings

søt Rom med en liten ettersmak, ikke den store opplevelsen.


Posted over 2 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2839 ratings

Enjoyed two glasses of Cane Island Jamaica Single Island Blend. Nice and sturdy bottle design. Very reasonably priced at EUR 34 in Europe. Light golden color. Strong funk and plenty of glue straight to the nose and palate when neat sipped. Strong and dry burn at the end. Definitely a real Jamaican funk rum.


Posted almost 3 years ago by Steven Richardson from United Kingdom with 124 ratings

Not a fan of Jamaican rum usually. This is pretty harsh.

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Posted almost 3 years ago by Loxias from Czech Republic with 170 ratings

Rum with typical jamaican funk. Taste is tending to be fruity (hints of oranges maybe) reminding fruit brandys. Aftertaste is sweet chocolate like. Rum is well balance between fruityness and oakyness.
Would be fine mixer but it is suitable for sipping


Posted almost 3 years ago by Daniel Lindén from Sweden with 60 ratings

Färgtonen är guldig. Aromen oj oj här händer det grejer. Banan, tropisk frukt. Påminner väldigt mycket om plantation jamaica, top 2 hittills i kalendern!


Posted almost 3 years ago by Thomas Breuning from Denmark with 206 ratings

Duft af en blanding mellem pære og æble. Bringer minder tilbage til min barndom, hvor jeg legede meget i en æbleplantage. Her var en sirlig duft af æbler, som var trådt i stykker og var begyndt duften fra den begyndende rådnelsesproces satte ind. Jeg er ikke umiddelbart tilhænger af æbler, pærer og banan i rom. Smagen er også pære med endnu et strejf af peber. Ikke disideret dårlig, men heller ikke noget at råbe hurra for (15. December 2018)


Posted almost 3 years ago by Rasmus from Denmark with 149 ratings

Jamaican rum brings one of the most distinct flavors to the table. So I had some expectations before diving in to this rum. If I hadn´t read the label beforehand, I would not have guessed, that this was a Jamaican rum, and I don´t mean that in a good way.

Nose: Overripe fruit, syrup and some faint notes of rubber
Taste: Citrus, molasses and only a faint note of the trademark Jamaican funkiness
Overall: This did not feel Jamaican at all, and I mean that in a bad way. The funk was gone and replaced by a sweetness that is unusual for Jamaican rum.