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10 Cane Light rum

10 Cane Light

Trinidad and Tobago | Light | 40.0% ABV

Romeo Light rum, a hybrid pot/column-distilled, Black Pearl Select molasses-based rum that’s bottled unaged at 90 proof.

via American Rum Report

6.2/10
94 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted over 1 year ago by JeffBuck from United States with 80 ratings

Not overly complex but also how alcohol burn/flavor

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Posted almost 2 years ago by Kuinn from United States with 2 ratings

Use it mainly for mix. Not my favorite for sipping.

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Posted 2 years ago by Jason from United States with 94 ratings

I’ve had this a few times and have not been impressed. I would use this only as a mixer. Has a harsh flavor alone and needs to be cut.

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Posted over 2 years ago by cantongamer from United States with 12 ratings

This rum was a bit over prices when I got it and I did not care for the harsh flavor. I ended up using this as a mixer rum that I wouldn't wait to be finished with.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Jack from United States with 27 ratings

I had this years ago on a recommendation from a friend for an Agricole rum to try. Agricoles arent really my thing. I prefer bigger English style rums. I found it a bit hot not as flavorful as ide like.

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Posted almost 3 years ago by Paul B from United States with 420 ratings

I have not found a bottle of this in a few years. I remember how unique it was and how smooth it was going down. I usually drank it on the rocks. Being so smooth, it was very easy to knock away a whole bottle in one day, and with no penalty whatsoever the next day.

Let's just say that it is a modified agricole or cachaca without any matching tastes to those, nor does it have any additives. It is a light gold colored white rum, so yes, it does have an identity problem, which is maybe why I liked it so much. It was light years better than mass produced mixers and at about $30 per bottle, it was too expensive to use as a mixer. Also, when consumed on the rocks, there was no hangover the next day, which is probably another reason that I like it.

As others have said, this is best described as an expensive mixer, which is probably why it is so hard to find these days. I do believe that it has been discontinued. But if I saw a bottle on the shelves, I would gladly buy out whatever few they had left.

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Posted 3 years ago by Anthony Soleau from United States with 26 ratings

If this is going into a classy mojito then I could get behind this choice. But by itself? Not worth the asking price.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Anthony from New Zealand with 2 ratings

Extremely smooth rum, not too sweet. Fantastic on the rocks or with a dash of coke

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Posted over 3 years ago by Darrell from United States with 26 ratings

Not bad. I use it for the occasional mixer. Not a go to.

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Posted almost 4 years ago by Handsome Alex from United States with 88 ratings

From reading the description I was expecting something with more of a vegetable like taste, like a rhum agricole or a cachaca. It has a sweet but clean aroma with hints of lilac and honey, and a smooth taste with a hint of orange peel and very little burn. Not a lot of flavor as a sipper, but would be great on ice with a twist of lime, or in a fruity cocktail like a classic daiquiri.