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Bought a bottle of Tommy Bahama White Sand while vacationing in Guadeloupe. Decent bottle and label design. Vanilla and pure alcohol to the nose and palate. Very strong burn at the end being so dry. This is a mixer rum by all counts.
I believe that this rum has been discontinued along with its Golden Sun addition. Too bad as these rums offer a nice choice of both a gold and white that are enjoyable either way.
On the sweet side with the standard vanilla, brown sugar and some baking spice mixed in.
I like the bottle presentation as well...classy, plus not your standard bottle shape or style.
Good rum to have on hand...so versatile!
Better vs the gold. It's the label that MIGHT sell it. Overrated and only good for mixing.
I think it's the hype that makes it cool. I mean, the bottle is cool, but it's very generic.
Very good. Sweet enough but not overpowering. Enjoying the last 375 on the shelf in Indiana.
Though light rums aren't my favorite, this is a good light rum. Sugar and vanilla, very smooth and clean. Not enough flavor to be my favorite light rum, but a clean rum taste that makes it one of the better light rums around. Probably a great mixer too.
I'm not a big white rum drinker but this one is good for making a mojito. Overpriced for what it is. You are buying the brand not the rum.
Loved this stuff once it came it. Very mixable. Disappointed to see it discontinued.
the rum is much better than the name very smooth with a little diet cola
I like this for a clear rum
I love Tommy Bahama White Sand Rum. I'm looking for the same taste and smooth rum without the Tommy Bahama label. Any suggestions?
One of my early Rum favorites. Sweeter than many mass market rums. Vanilla and sugar (not caramel -- a genuine sweet smell) aromas. Wonderful neat, or chilled. I liked it in many mixed drinks. One of my favorites in cola