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Plantation 1992 Single Cask Panama Teeling Whiskey Finish 27-Year rum

Plantation 1992 Single Cask Panama Teeling Whiskey Finish 27-Year

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12 Plantation 1992 Single Cask Panama Teeling Whiskey Finish 27-Year ratings

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Posted 8 months ago by 5xo (PREMIUM) from Slovakia with 270 ratings

After 25 years in Bourbon cask and 1.5 years in Teeling whisky cask, the aroma and taste are noticeably subdued, almost as if life evaporated from it. It is a good thing they bottle this at 51%, otherwise it would lose all flavor whatsoever. Bourbon cask gives it familiar chocolate taste, the Teeling cask was supposed to resuscitate this spirit and give it a bit of fruit note, but it did not do much of anything. Otherwise a wooden note and ethanol show in the background. I paid 97€ for this bottle which is a good price for 27y, but you get what you pay for.

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Posted 5 months ago by Mintary from China with 5 ratings

25 years in Bourbon casks and 1,5 years in Ferrand casks,finally 6 months in Teeling Whiskey.Full,and slightly spice.


Posted 7 months ago by Falcon91Wolvrn03 (PREMIUM) from United States with 477 ratings

Many thanks to Joola69 for sharing this with me as part of a rare rum exchange.

I usually really like Plantation rums. Although this isn't bad, I feel it has a bit too much bourbon influence for my personal liking.

Smells and tastes of bourbon, molasses, oak, spice, and whiskey. Too much bourbon, and too dry to be great for my personal liking.


Posted 8 months ago by strassi from Austria with 20 ratings

this was my black friday bargain and i got it for 62€... i wasn‘t sure what to expect from a rum with 51,1% alcohol, but i was really surprised how smooth it tastes! this is one of the best balanced rums i ever drank. the smell is also really nice, not at all harsh. you smell it and hope that the taste will keep up... and it does! all thumbs up 👍

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Posted 11 months ago by Mr. Rumantic from Germany with 103 ratings

Für diesen Plantation wurde Rum aus Panama 25 Jahre in Bourbon Fässern gelagert und dann weitere 1,5 Jahre in Ferrand Fässern um dann abschließend für 6 Monate in Teeling Whisky Fässern sein Finish zu bekommen. Dann wurde er als Single Cask mit 51,1% in limitierter Auflage abgefüllt. Es sind keine Zusatzstoffe bekannt. Der dunkle Rum kommt in der Plantation klassischen Flaschenform und Design welches eigentlich immer ansprechend ist. Ich habe die Flasche 254 aus dem Fass mit der Nr. 05.

Der Rum ist in der Nase erstmal scharf und benötigt ein paar Minuten. Es kommen viele Fassnoten durch. Eiche, Rauch, etwas Vanille und mehr. Der Rum sollte unbedingt Zeit bekommen und erst einmal im Glas verweilen. An Gaumen wird klar das der Rum lange gelagert hat. Die tropischen 25 Jahre im Bourbon Fass bringen viele Holznoten mit. Es kommt Süße und Würze. Rauch bindet die einzelnen Komponenten und begleitet den holzig trockenen Abgang. Whisky Noten schwingen leicht mit ohne sich aufzudrängen. Die 51,1% sind merkbar und für Rum Genießer die das nicht gewohnt sind könnte es hier störend werden. Der Alkohol schwingt nicht direkt elegant mit sondern Bedarf einer gewissen Aufmerksamkeit. Der Abgang ist langanhaltend und mit intensiven Rauch und Eichennoten.

Ich finde es gibt Rums die ähnlich hohe Alkohol Prozente besser einbetten. Vielleicht hätte Plantation dann doch auf die volle Fass Stärke gehen sollen. Das Teeling Finish ist gelungen es hätte für mich aber durchaus mehr Torf Noten geben dürfen, wenn man schon ein Whisky Finish macht. Hier kann ich den El Ron del Artesano mit dem Peated Cask Finish empfehlen. Aber das alles ist Kritik auf hohem Niveau. Der Rum ist komplex vollmundig und hat viele intensive Fassnoten welche er trocken darbietet. Hier bekommt man tatsächliche 27 Jahre für unter 100Euro. Erzählt das mal dem Whisky Trinker eures Vertrauens.

For this plantation, rum from Panama was stored in bourbon barrels for 25 years and then another 1.5 years in Ferrand barrels and then finally for 6 months in Teeling Whisky barrels to get its finish. Then it was bottled as a single Cask with 51.1% in limited edition. No additives are known. The dark rum comes in the plantation classic bottle shape and design which is always appealing. I have the bottle 254 from the barrel with the number 05.

The rum is sharp in the nose and takes a few minutes. Many barrel notes come through. Oak, smoke, some vanilla and more. The rum should definitely get time and stay in the glass first. On the palate it becomes clear that the rum has stored for a long time. The tropical 25 years in the bourbon barrel bring many wood notes. There comes sweetness and spice. Smoke binds the individual components and accompanies the woody dry finish. Whisky notes swing along easily without imposing themselves. The 51.1% are noticeable and for rum drinker who are not used to this it could be annoying here. The alcohol does not resonate elegantly and requires a certain amount of attention. The finish is long-lasting and with intense smoke and oak notes.

I think there are rums that embed similarly high alcohol percentages better. Perhaps Plantation should have gone to the full barrel strength. The Teeling Finish was a success but for me it could have given more peat notes if you already made a whisky finish. Here I can recommend the El Ron del Artesano with the Peated Cask Finish. But all this is high-level criticism. The rum is complex full-bodied and has many intense barrel notes which it offers dry. Here you get an actual 27 years for less than 100Euro. Tell this your whisky drinking buddy.


Posted 3 months ago by Heinemans from Netherlands with 18 ratings

What an explosion of taste. The Irish whiskey mixes so very well with the rum tastes. This suprised me.


Posted over 1 year ago by SylvieG from Belgium with 25 ratings

Edition 2019 - tropical aging 25 years in Bourbon cask; continental aging 1.5 years in Ferrand cask. Cask n°1 - bottle n° 260 - Distilled in 1992


Posted over 1 year ago by Adrian Adame from Czech Republic with 397 ratings

síla 51% je cítit ve vůni, pikantní a přitom příjemná ovocná, chuť sladká, ostrá a ta čokoláda, výborný, krásný dojezd, další paráda


Posted over 1 year ago by RumSwede from Sweden with 12 ratings

I've come to expect quite some afterburn from the Single Casks, so it didn't come as a surprise that this 51.1% packed a punch. Needed to rest a few minutes in the glass and don't be ashamed if you add a drop of water. Heavy oak flavour, complex and quite dry. If your're not really into Plantation Rum I wouldn't spend the money (£100), but in my opinion it was well worth it.

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Posted 6 months ago by VikingXO from Denmark with 152 ratings

It is hard for me to rate this rum. I think some things went well. I get heavy notes of Oranges, bit caramel and some “leather” in the taste. Bit burn, but not as powerfull as I hoped for. Semi Long aftertaste and you do sense the ABV of 51, but again it is not as powerfull and round as I hoped for. In overall I expected a bit more complexity from a 27y old but it’s still a good rum, no doubt.