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Rhum JM VSOP 4-Year rum

Rhum JM VSOP 4-Year

Martinique | Aged | 43.0% ABV

70 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted 1 month ago by Hector from United States with 57 ratings

Most of the agricole rums I've tried have been from Clement which I have liked to varying degree. This one is a vit spicier and a little getting used to on the rocks. It makes a good mixer.


Posted 3 months ago by Rhoffer97 from United States with 38 ratings

Very solid. Light nose, smooth going down with a bit of back end linger.

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Posted 4 months ago by Montana from Germany with 68 ratings

A very fruity smell, some glue, sweet, straw. The first taste reminds of a Whisky, not really sweet, slightly sharp and fruity during the finish. A nice one...


Posted 5 months ago by Brian Casali from Italy with 14 ratings

Good rum, french taste. A good agricóle taste for most people

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Posted 7 months ago by Ladislao from Russian Federation with 28 ratings

Данный ром меня разочаровал, слишком землистый вкус, пресный. Цена-качество явно не соответствует. Хотя аромат достаточно приятен на первых порах - запах лимонного пирога, спиртуозность на минимуме.


Posted 9 months ago by AndReginald from Italy with 48 ratings

Very nice for an Agricole, but nothing special for me. A little bit of harshness on the nose in the beginning, quite pleased by the taste, not grassy like other Agricole. A little bit of vanilla taste, you can feel all the 43 abv.


Posted 9 months ago by emidio74 from Italy with 5 ratings

Confermo che il J.M. è un rum agricolo bello tosto . Ottimo migliore mai assaggiato. Nulla a che vedere con lo J. Bally.

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Posted 11 months ago by rennerg from United States with 34 ratings

I wouldn’t buy it again but it wasn’t the worst I’ve had. Somewhat personality free. Just tastes like alcohol, I’m having trouble being any mire descriptive than that.


Posted 11 months ago by pgrace (PREMIUM) from United States with 33 ratings

Alot of history with this Rhum. Classic look to the bottle. The VSOP does not disappoint. A grassy cinnamon and clove flavor with a beautiful finish ..
Great for traditional tiki recipes or to sip if you like agricole.


Posted 11 months ago by Mark Ogilvie from United States with 20 ratings

What an interesting drink.

The nose of this rum just has a lot going on, and I feel like I get a different collection of smells every time I go for a sniff here. Butterscotch, solvent, vanilla, maybe a bit of cherry, some smoke, maybe cooked apricot or plum, touches of baking spice, it's complicated here. Maybe a bit too much alcohol on the nose, even after letting it breathe a bit.

Immediately on the palate I get toasty warmth, a bit of burn, but not an unpleasant amount, and a really mild, almost imperceptible toffee sweetness that runs right into, like, a banana ester flavor, which itself melts gradually into savory roasting herbs and spices. Toasted clove or allspice, maybe some cinnamon. Imagine a holiday roast. Really quite savory, almost becoming meaty, cut by that alcohol, all with a constant undercurrent of toasty, buttery, peppery, slightly grassy woody-ness. The finish is kind of short and subtle, but, surprisingly, quite fruity! I get almost a nectarine finish. Some kind of stone fruit, for sure.

It's quite dry, overall, and most of the little sweetness there is in the drink runs out pretty early on as its flavors develop.

There's a lot going on, throughout the whole thing. Ultimately, I don't know if its one of my favorite rums, but exploring it has been a really satisfying, and occupying, experience. I really want to rate this a '9,' but there's just something strange about that turn into those roasting spice flavors that doesn't feel as coherent as I'd like.