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So far the best rum I have ever tried. I would sip it like wine, but it is 40ABV. Simply amazing, I am worshiping it and try to make it last as long as possible. It is not cheap (£70), but I really wonder what the other more expensive rum taste like if this one is so good and costs "only) £70. Must try.
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.
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
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
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.