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Easily consumable in a bind
Tasted this one yesterday evening when having a glass from a bottle my son bought in France.
In my opinion it has a little too low ABV, I normally buy Agricole Blanc at 50 or 55%. But on the other hand it’s really smooth. The nose is fresh and fruity with hints of spices.
On the palate it’s still fruity and I think sweet melon dominates, but I also detect pepper and of course grass and sugar cane.
The finish is of medium length still fruity with the sweet melon dominating.
Overall a solid low ABV Agricole Blanc.
In the UK especially if you want a Cheap agricoles for your home bar for experimentations... Not as good as Clement or damoiseau but it's a tenner cheaper so I'll forgive it and only clocks at 40%
Got this rum as the agricole element in my Mai Tais. Nice grassy herbal notes. Does nicely paired with Appleton Estate Rare Blend 12 yr Rum. Very nice in my mai tai.
It's hard to find a variety of blanc agricole rums down in Miami, so I'm grateful to have this in the mix with the omnipresent the usual suspects in N. America (Clement and Rhum J.M). For the pricepoint and profile, it's a good buy, and does a very standard ti'punch, appropriately vegetal and citrusy, although not nearly as bright as La Favorite.
40º is obviously very low for this style and doesn't bring out the more exciting peppery notes you'll hit at 50º, but it will do the trick.
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