Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
My first taste of Haitian rum. First thought was, "Is this rum or bourbon?" Quite oaky and dry. Lacks the sweetness of most rums, so if that's what you like, this one is not for you. Yet if you are somewhere in between, I think you will enjoy the Barbancourt 15 very much. I found it to be a wonderful change of pace from my usual Zacapa, Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva, HC7, and others.
Quite smooth. I didn't detect much bite to it at all.
Light brown in color w/ pencil thin legs on the side of my glass.
Nose is of light oak and faint vanilla.
Most will enjoy it. Mine was a sample from a friend. I can see myself searching this out for purchase.
I received this bottle as a XMas gift some years ago. From what I remember it was an easy drinking versatile rum.
very good sipping rum, nice and thin, something like cognac
The Estate Reserve is a nice fruity cane juice spirit. It is a very good sipping rum. I am interested in trying the white next for mixing.
Light Amber with very thin legs that fall immediately. Lots of alcohol on the nose with notes of dried fruit and vanilla. Taste is of raisins and spices leading into a heavy alcohol finish that quickly fades leaving you with a dry sweetness across the palate.
Best haitian rum smooth great for mixing
it one i have had awhile ago but i do remember liking it.