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Privateer Queen’s Share rum, a rum which is redistilled from the tails of previous distillations and aged for a minimum of two years in a barrel that “compliments the distillation’s unique character” (either new American oak, used rum, used whiskey, used brandy, or used cognac). Bottled at cask strength with no added sweeteners, colors, or flavors.via American Rum Report
This is good! I came back to increase my rating score after a second tasting.
Great nose. Taste of pepper, vanilla, nutmeg. Delicious. Thick, coats the pallet. Cinnamon notes. Not too sweet. Smooth with a really great warm finish. Not particularly complex. Just damn good. I prefer this one neat to on the rocks.I still regard Papa's Pilar as best US rum distiller but Privateer has a very strong second with this formidable, delicious sipping rum. I give it a 8.5 and will conclude this review so I can pour another.
The bottle I have is only 375 ml and labeled The Queen's Share Barrel P421. Matured in New American Oak. Nice nose. A bit of a bite or burn which is not surprising as it is 107.2 proof. Very tasty neat.
Have had many many different barrels of this and all I've had were very cinnamon forward with great flavor. I cant wait this ee what they do as their product ages further.
Tried it at the Chicago Rum Fest
Was surprisingly good - Medium bodied with qualities similar to a younger Foursquare. Fat, sweet, and caramelized rum flavors.
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