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Blue Chair Bay Spiced rum

Blue Chair Bay Spiced

Barbados | Spiced

6.1/10 (7 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted over 1 year ago by Bendtsen from United States with 6 ratings

I tried it cause of the name brand and, I love my rum! Always trying new rums...Although, to each their own. I won’t buy again as the smoothness was fine but spices and aftertaste left me to be not a fan.

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Posted 5 months ago by Anthony C from United States with 118 ratings

If you are in the store looking for the regular spice mixing rum, stop and get this instead. Same price, better taste.

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Posted 7 months ago by nbouse13 from United States with 6 ratings

Personal favorite in the BCB lineup. The extra flavor most pickup is a vanilla/merengue that differentiates it from other spiced rums.

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Posted about 1 year ago by PacificSpice from United States with 16 ratings

It's an alright spiced rum, heavy Nutmeg, clove, sugary tatse. It's smells great but on tasting it leads to a very eggnog esc flavor, like creamy and the right spices but also... Like an eggy taste that eggnog has.

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Posted about 1 year ago by Brantley from United States with 22 ratings

Not a bad rum smell not too impressive first taste not harsh but smooth kind of flat needs more to it overall didn't hate it so gave it a passing score

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Posted over 1 year ago by Jimr from United States with 18 ratings

Looking for an under-proofed spiced rum to drink neat but sadly this is not it. Has some weird additional taste. Like kerosene.
2nd edit, same bottle: The aftertaste, still.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 337 ratings

The aroma on this spiced rum is the best part. One is led to believe that they may have found the ultimate spiced rum. Then one takes a sip and the bitterness washes all of those dreams away. Ice cubes cannot even tame it, so why bother using it in a mixer. I am being generous with my rating of a 5.

This rum also inspires a great analogy. It is like the sweet smelling and very beautiful woman that entices you in. You fall for her and then realize that you are stuck with the woman from hell. Only the very clever ones can talk their way out of these situations. Well with this rum, you have the luxury of pouring the rest of this shit down the toilet. I am not there yet because I spent twenty bucks on it. However, I can see that day coming.

On a good note, the best of the Blue Chair Bay Rums are Coconut, Vanilla, and Banana. Once cream is added, it ruins them. Also stay away from this Spiced rum.

Update April 26, 2019: I tried adding two parts of guava nectar to one part of this rum over lots of ice. Granted, it becomes a low alcoholic content drink, but it tastes just as good as some of the restaurant quality tropical drinks. Your guests would never guess that their drink is just two very simple ingredients. Guava nectar has saved this stuff from going down the toilet. Mango nectar mixes almost as well with this rum.