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I cracked this bottle open with a few friends, while social distancing on my backyard patio. Had high expectations because of the bottle and where the rum was made. I thought it tasted too much like whiskey or scotch. My friends, who were whiskey drinkers, enjoyed it so I gave them them. I only two drinks neat and said it wasn't for me.
This is a very light rum without the depth of most aged rums. Light oak, tobacco, a touch of molassis and some spiciness. This would probably make a good mixing rum, but for sipping, it is not for my palette.
I found a bottle of this in Las Vegas.
Smells and tastes of oak, vanilla, spice, and caramel. A nice above average rum, though I didn't find it exceptional.
Enjoyed a bottle of Starr 7y Rum while vacationing in Las Vegas. Very nice and unique bottle and label design. Golden color. Plenty of oak and a hint of vanilla to the nose and palate mixed with traditional Rhum Agricole flavors like grass and floral notes. Strong burn at the end being so dry. Rhum Agricole lovers can add 2 points to my score.
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