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Pyrat XO Rum is produced from nine different Caribbean rums that are blended and then aged up to 15 years in used American sweet oak barrels.
The squat Pyrat XO rum bottle shape is inspired by the typical design of rum bottles kept by pirates and ship captains in the 19th century.
Not a bad rum but nowhere as smooth as others. I like it best mixed with tonic and a lime. Good flavor similar to Mount Gay Eclipse but with a bit more orange taste to it. On the rocks it has a bit of a burn but is tolerable. Definitely not in the same league as Plantation Barbados 5 Rum.
Love this rum, definitely my favorite everyday drinker. Lover the sweetness, floral and smooth taste. The spice and orange undertones taste amazing as well. Who wouldn't love this interesting flavor?
this is a nice rum to soak the raisins to make a apple Pie
Only gave this a 6 because the flavor has changed over the years. I used to love this stuff when my bottle with only 5 digits starting with a 5 in the batch number was still around. But now all the higher 7 plus digit batch numbers have a strong orange flavor I'm not liking as much. Its a shame too because I think this will chase people away from a nice rum.
Not what I look for in a sipping rum, but wont turn it down.
I am not a big fan of the pyrat's but they do have there place
Le goût d'orange n'est pas désagréable. Intéressant même...
Everything you hear about this rum is true, unfortunately. A rich, deep flavoured, beautifully presented, orange liqueur. Definitely not a rum though.
Very sweet, lot of orange --> liqueur ?
Rich taste. Nice rum.
I drink this on the rocks, with some tropical juices and sometimes just neat with a splash of water.
A bit coarse
Not sure, but too sweet for my taste.
My wife likes it.
really enjoyed this rum, very fruity
Popular in the bar but I cant get past the heavy orange flavours. Not for me.
Pyrat XO rum review by Jimmy from The Drunken Pirate
Pyrat XO rum review by Lance from RumConnection