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Chairman's Reserve 1931 rum

Chairman's Reserve 1931

Saint Lucia | Aged

8.7/10 (10 ratings)
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Posted about 1 month ago by IBO from Slovakia with 127 ratings

Milujem rumu zo Sv.Lucie a toto je jeden z najvydarenejších kúskov. Úžasná drevitosti, cítim tam zemitost ako pri niektorých agricole. Nie je ľahký,no fakt skvely

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Posted 6 months ago by meridian426 from United States with 1 rating

the aroma is a sweet vanilla noted caramel, taste is a very clean clear highly recommended

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Posted 9 months ago by Bill from United Kingdom with 80 ratings

Fantastic array of flavours. Smooth enough but still packs a punch. Needs to grow on you. Solid 8.5 so I'm being generous with a 9.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Stefan Persson (PREMIUM) from Sweden with 163 ratings

Just back from 2019’s rumcruise at the Baltic Sea with Birka cruises. Perfect place to test a lot af brands. This one is the follower to the yearly 1931 editions the representant told me. It’s like some of the former editions a blend of distillates from different stills and some agricole as well.
I think it’s better than the former editions that I have tasted.
It’s of course very complex and you can recognise oak, vanilla, tobacco, etc

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Posted over 1 year ago by martin jeppesen from Denmark with 239 ratings

Chairmans finest. A blend of colonne distillations aged between 7 and 12 years, 90% melasse based rum, 10% cane juice (agricole).
The aroma is full and complex with notes of raisins, wood, resin, vanilla and tobacco. It has a minty freshnees to it.
The taste is a little bold but still evenhanded and balanced with raisins, subtle caramel, tobacco and rounded wood. Overall a semidry rum with a few tanninc tingles in the persistant finish but it’s all i good order.
Beeing a little disapointed with their forgotten cask, this brought back my faith to chairman’s. It’s an elegant, tasty and interesting rum that still contain that classic st. Lucian soul and taste.

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Posted 4 months ago by Jimmy Cliff from United States with 195 ratings

Initial alcohol burn on the nose, initial taste YES! Upon examination this is closer to cask strength at 46%. This rum is a solid contender to other natural rums from Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad. Medium gold color still has alcohol burn with some nice lingering spice flavors.

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Posted 4 months ago by VikingXO from Denmark with 85 ratings

If you are into cognac you will like this rum. Not a rum from beginners. I really enjoyed it.

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Posted 5 months ago by Spidey-P from Netherlands with 63 ratings

Normally I like the "Latino" Rums as my favorite. I don't know what St. Lucia did with this rum, but it definitely is something good. I really love the taste of this one!!

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Posted 5 months ago by Docsarvis (PREMIUM) from United States with 145 ratings

Outstanding stuff here. A top 10 rum for me without question. Strong cinnamon and oak overtones. Molasses and black pepper in the background. Sultana, fig and faint caramel notes too. Not sweet. Nice alcohol bite, very smooth and crisp but immediately fades to velvet sipping pleasure on the pallet. Deep, thick and complex with superb balance. Slightly dry. Great neat or on ice. I prefer this neat. I enjoyed every sip.

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Posted about 1 year ago by Daan from Netherlands with 56 ratings

This rum needs a chair! Not for the average rum drinker. Heavy shit. My wife says it smells bad! I love it! Quite pricy but more than worth. Call it a senior
Rum!