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I saw this being presented at a festival in probably one of the worst sales pitches of all time , the rum was known as "the hero blend " tasting on the day I cannot write the words so tasted at a later date .
The rum is a blended rum in London first for decades but starts with very young oak notes, adds in the almonds and then finishes with charcoal ...
Not bad but let the rum do the talking
Saw this being sold for £30 or so and though 'go on why not'
it starts off with bit of a kick to it to start but settles into a more balanced rum as you drink it. There fruity flavours with a definite hint of chocolate.
Not a bad rum to enjoy in the evening with a friend, when you don't want to bring out the really good stuff!
It won't blow you away but it's just as good as many rums at a higher price point.
A wonderful orange colour with a warm, smooth, hint of plum flavour. Not overly woody which one may expect from a double barrel. For the price this rum punches above its weight. Reminds my of spytail rum. Worth the adventure.
Perfect balance between aged and young rum, between dry and sweet.
43.1° feels ideal.
Strong vanilla and a bit of barrel's taste. At the same impression somehow watery, somehow salty. An average long aftertaste.
Neat classic rum. Edit: +1 point for being so drinkable
I love this, sweet, full of flavour and a bit of fire to it, but all in a very natural way. I would put this in the same ball park as Mount Gay Black Barrel and Angostura..
Interesting bottle with a natural colour rum. On sipping the fire is there but it soon goes out. There is a lingering taste of a woody flavour but not enough punch for me.
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