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Transcontinental Rum Line 2014 Fiji 4-Year rum

Transcontinental Rum Line 2014 Fiji 4-Year

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7.5/10 (21 ratings)
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Posted 9 months ago by chuck from United States with 25 ratings

Very tasty rum with a complex flavor and slow burn. We enjoy this rum neat and like to break it out on special occasions


Posted 26 days ago by Mujuru from United States with 64 ratings

Nose: Apples, rubber, lime, bananas foster, sangria, caramel, gorgonzola, rhubarb
Palate: Apples, white oak, champagne, vanilla, bundt cake, butterscotch, very pleasant!
Aftertaste: bundt cake, burnt caramel, vanilla, cream, apples

So this is one of the most fascinating rums I have ever tried, bar none.

This is probably the most interesting mix of aromas I have ever gotten from a rum. A waft brings in apples, rubber, lime, bananas foster, sangria, caramel, gorgonzola, rhubarb, and something else I can't quite place. It also has a very strong alcohol note which makes sense given that it is bottled at 48% ABV. The strongest of the above notes on the nose is apples, rubber, and sangria.

On the palate it gets absolutely wild! Where do I even start? So mirroring the nose it starts with green apples before white oak briefly makes an appearance. The white oak think smoothly morphs into champagne before mellowing out further into vanilla, bundt cake, and butterscotch. This combination and change of flavors is extremely smooth and pleasant though accompanied by a very slight burn. The finish picks up where the palate leaves off and leaves you with a mouth of bundt cake, burnt caramel, and vanilla all with a very creamy taste and mouth sensation. After the putting the glass down a while your mouth tastes like green apples. What is perhaps most impressive is that this whole experience is produced with no sugars or additives. This is all from the esters, dunder, and aging.

In some respects it is slightly reminiscent of a young Jamaican high ester rum...but is far smoother and creamier with essences of bundt cake. Never thought I would ever type those words to describe a rum. This is definitely a keeper and a sipping experience.

*Edit* the more I drink this, the more I absolutely love it. This is the best funky rum I have ever had. The breadth and combination of flavors and aromas on this rum is simply stunning. The is awesome!

Nose: 9
Palate: 10
Aftertaste: 10
Smoothness: 10
Versatility: 9
Price: 9

Total: 9.5


Posted 12 months ago by theislander from United States with 1 rating

In college, I used to think rum was just for mixing. As time went on and while living in Colombia, I started sampling rum neat or with an ice cube or two and discovered a whole other world.

About nine months ago, I discovered the Transcontinental rum line. While I'm not a fan of some of their rums (the 2013 Jamaica WP is a bit brutal and the Panama is nothing to write home about), I've fallen in love with the Fiji 2014.

It has a bouquet of floral and caramel...maybe a little vanilla. To the taste, rather oaky and a little vanilla, though I'm not great at pinpointing what I taste, unfortunately. Despite being a slightly higher proof, it's as smooth going down as an 80-proofer would be, and, perhaps the best part, is the beautiful, long-lasting finish.

All in all, a great sipping rum (don't mix it!) and a very different rum experience despite there seemingly being no additives. :)


Posted 3 days ago by Awesomedon from United States with 26 ratings

Funky as hell. One of my new favorites for sure. Just wish it was a bit more affordable


Posted 10 months ago by Smovens from United States with 94 ratings

It's hard to get good, ester filled rum from Fiji and this is an excellent example. Oak is present but not dominating, glue, esters, maple, chocolate. Its a great blend between the sweeter notes and the Ester funk


Posted over 1 year ago by Yann from Spain with 10 ratings

Oily ! barnish, flowers on the nose, fresh grass, cedar wood and light caramel on the palate.
Great balance with a personality.
48% is the perfect spot.
Really well made. Congrats !


Posted 4 months ago by vomi1011 from Germany with 280 ratings

I was searching for a cheap Fiji pot still rum. And I finally found a perfect one.
Already when I opened the bottle, I already knew that a great rum is waiting for me in this bottle.
You immediately get the typical Fiji pot still aromas in your nose. Pickled tomatoes, plastic, melon, some pepper. Exactly what I expect. Great stuff.

The first sip is also not a disappointment. You get exactly the same aromas on your palet that your nose promised you. This rum is quite young and this fact can not be hidden on your palet. But it's fresh and tasty. I would say it's the best 4y Fiji rum that I can imagine.
There is just a small point of criticism. The dilution to 48% is not bad but I think 51-55% would be better. The taste is a little bit thin, the 19y Fiji TRC is much more complex and smoother, but it's also IMHO the worlds best Fiji pot still rum.
Would give this one 83 points.

Because I read so many reviews where was mentioned that this is a high ester rum. Nope, this has nothing to do with high ester. It's very shy to be a high ester rum.

Nose: Pickled tomatoes, plastic, white fruits (melon/prune), plants, some pepper, some young wood and vanilla.
Taste initial: watery start, pickled tomatoes, salt, plastic
Middle: pepper, melon, some acacia honey (light and fresh honey)
Finish: spice, pepper, wood, dark fruit
Aftertaste: pepper, melon

Sweetness: 1.5/5
Fruits: 2.5/5
Spice: 3/5
Mildness: 3.5/5
Compexity: 3/5
Expert level: professional
Value: 4.5/5

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Posted 1 month ago by Jirka23689 (PREMIUM) from Czech Republic with 109 ratings

Perfektní aroma po ovoci, čokoládě, vanilce. V chuti hodně kořeni, karamel.


Posted 9 months ago by CSG from United States with 31 ratings

This is my first high ester rum and it’s not like anything I’ve tried before. The funk is very strong, and it also exhibits subtle characteristics of traditional molasses rum, some oak, and some dryer sugar cane style. It was like a party in my mouth with popping complexity, but it went down heavily. Definitely only a sipper, just difficult to have a lot in one sitting, and doesn’t pair well with anything besides itself.


Posted 4 months ago by Ngordon87 from United States with 48 ratings

This rum was not dark or amber color at all. The smell was very different than other rums. The taste was great. Very different kinda funky. Complex but mellows out. Bot rough burn either.