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Barbancourt 3 Star 4-Year rum

Barbancourt 3 Star 4-Year

Haiti | Gold

5.1/10 (43 ratings)
Easily consumable in a bind

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Posted 8 months ago by Inshore from Poland with 51 ratings

like i said just was want to taste some more of bacardi, cute i can't believe it so shitty. And this is another lol content from that label. Taste like alcohol, nothing special, but well, in fact i was drunk and have fun. thats why i post 4, not 1. But really guys!!!!!!!! can some one appeal form me an bacardi rum that is tasty?

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Posted 9 months ago by cK from Canada with 63 ratings

It’s reasonably enjoyable neat. I would like to try the 5 star and 15-year, because they’re probably much better for that.

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Posted at Hale Pele about 1 year ago by Engwild from United States with 153 ratings

Not been a fan of Barbencourt, but it of course gets worse with less age.
Rubbing alcohol.

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Posted over 1 year ago by mrakoplas from Slovakia with 35 ratings

Menej kompkexny ako jeho starsi bracek. Chut sladka (hoci bez pridaneho cukru), trava, med, jemny s teplym dozvukom. Za mna 7+

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Posted over 1 year ago by johnrullan from Puerto Rico with 21 ratings

Barbarcourt 3 star’s aroma is distinctive , it is exquisite to savor after dinner with its full body, french caribbean aroma and dark color flavor. Excellent price-quality rum

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Posted over 1 year ago by CSG from United States with 25 ratings

Picked this one up on an end of bin clearance to try my first anything from Haiti. High-end mixer, yes, but can’t drink it straight up. Nose is complex with oak and smoke, but taste is just too much alcohol and also very little mouthfeel.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 331 ratings

I have gotten wrapped up in my theory that 3-4 years is optimum aging for rhum agricoles. Since I have their 5-star 8 year and like it, I figured that this lesser aged one could be better. Wrong! The 86 proof really burns the tongue and it needs to breathe for about 30 minutes to be able to drink neat. My theory may hold for Martiniquan agricoles, but not for rhums from Haiti.

Update one month later: All this rhum is good for is mixing with ginger ale similar to my same recommendation for Angostura 5 Year.

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Posted almost 2 years ago by John Smith from Canada with 38 ratings

Ok avec du thé glacé ou du coke. Pas très bon sur glace.

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Posted about 2 years ago by Ricardo Knight from United States with 10 ratings

I picked up a few of these bottles when iI was in Haiti a few years ago and forgot about them in the back of my bar, I did not miss much. The initial nose is a little flat, and too much burn to smell anything else. If you try hard you will find some tobacco, leather and vanilla. The initial tase was sugary but gave away to bitter and burn too soon, it finished up with some sugar cane. As a sipper it did not cut the mustard, but it was fine in a mix drink.

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Posted over 2 years ago by can from United States with 1 rating

I Remember all my memories were good with this drink. a 3 star Rhum I would not miss but the 5 stars is a thing to miss. my haitian friends first offered me this drink at their house in Boston, when I was 19. a non drinking age for that state. when I go to liquer store checkin out all the good beers I must say this rhum calls me like Jumanji. $23.although I drink red label and as I age I can drink hard liquer, 4 star haitian rhum is always has a character and my drink of choise in rhum on the rocks.... ı prefer bacardi and fresh coconal make the juie myself to make pina colada. u will understand when u go to a caribbian party with the food..everybody drinks Rhum barbancourt and prefered beer. it is a cultural summer drink. for the price it is a fun original bottle always in my basket.