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Banks 7 Golden Age rum

Banks 7 Golden Age

United Kingdom | Gold

Banks 7 Golden Age rum is created from a combination of 23 rums from around the world, including Panama, Barbados, Trinidad, and others. The rums are aged between 1-7 years in ex-Bourbon casks.

The Banks name is derived from explorer Sir Joseph Banks, who sailed with the famous Captain James Cook in the 1700s.

6.9/10
32 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted over 2 years ago by Mo McGurk from United States with 201 ratings

I had a higher expectation for this one. Too strong of an afterburn. No particular flavor either straight or mixed.

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Posted 5 years ago by Falcon91Wolvrn03 (PREMIUM) from United States with 482 ratings

Smells and tastes of molasses, oak, spice (pepper), and walnuts. A bit dry, but still has a touch of sweetness.

A very good rum, especially for a gold rum.

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Posted almost 6 years ago by Scott T from United States with 122 ratings

I have been a fan of the 5 islands (white) rum for a while, this was pretty much what I expected with some aged components blended in. Again the Batavia arrack component lands a degree of funkiness that makes this one unique. Dry and spicey, with a good deal of clove flavor I have found in some other blended rums such as Scarlet ibis.

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Posted 3 months ago by Andrew Lantz from Canada with 19 ratings

It was a great little mixed. Nothing crazy, but not terrible.

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Posted 1 year ago by Docsarvis (PREMIUM) from United States with 202 ratings

George would have liked this. This is good rum. This has some bite. Nice strong rum with a heavy finish. Vanilla with almond and molasses notes. A minty note that I can’t quite place. Good body. At the very end it finishes a little harsh. But overall damn good for a 7 year old. As Mr Banks would say “ a real snapper”. Really a 7.3-7.5.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Jay from United States with 1 rating

Overall it's good on the rocks. Not too much of a burn as other reviewers stated. Slightly sweet, would be my go to as a mixer if the price wasn't as high

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Posted over 1 year ago by LegallySmelf from United States with 32 ratings

This was one of the first rums I sipped and realize that rum could be worth sipping. Interesting blend - if it was slightly less expensive it'd be my go-to for gold rum.

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Posted over 1 year ago by aforbesbiz from United States with 2 ratings

Strong alcohol on the nose that slightly overpowers the aroma. I can definitely taste the Jamaican rum in the blend. Flavor is a bit dull overall. Price point was a bit high.

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Posted almost 2 years ago by eddieo from United States with 95 ratings

This is another interesting blend of rums from those 5 islands and 20+ distilleries that make this a versatile aged rum which is OK for sipping but better in cocktails for its slightly more adventurous depth of profiles and flavor complexity. It does not stand out as an aged rum, aside from the fact that it is an expertly crafted blend which could have been even more adventurous if only a few sources had been pushed a little further, or omitted altogether. This winds up being no different than many other aged Caribbean rums, in the end, and for the price point you could do much better. I'd like to know whether there are any additives after the master blend...

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Posted almost 2 years ago by jelmd from Germany with 17 ratings

Fand den Banks 5 Islands so gut, und hatte im zurückliegenden Jahr eigentlich nichts gefunden, was dem ebenbürtig erschien, also nochmal los und selbigen eingesackt. Doch da stand noch ein 7 Islands daneben - Interesse geweckt, auch eingesackt. Und hat sich tatsächlich gelohnt: ist tatsächlich noch ein bisl besser als der 5er. Noch ein bisl weicher, aber trotzdem etwas kräftiger und vielfältiger. Könnte wetten, auch Whisky-Trinker könnten sich dazu hinreißen lassen. Für mich derzeit der beste und möglicher Weise schon zu schade zum Mixen.