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Blue Chair Bay Coconut Spiced rum a blend of white rum, natural coconut, and Caribbean spices. The rum is produced in Barbados at a beach-side distillery and mellowed in white oak casks.
Blue Chair Bay rum was created by Kenny Chesney - a well known country singer from Knoxville, Tennessee - and named after his popular song "Old Blue Chair."
This is a good flavored rum. Similar to the Blue Chair Bay Coconut, but with a heavy spiciness. I prefer the regular coconut, but this is good.
A bit weak for my liking at only 26.5%abv. Still, a decent flavored rum.
Fantastic rum, on par with their Coconut. Though I don't think there are many uses for it. Personally, I'll throw it in Coke or Dr. Pepper if I'm craving something sweet. However, the plain Coconut is better for other mixed drinks as the "spice" isn't very heavy and gets drowned out easily. Using Coconut Spice for mixed drinks just gets you a slightly muted coconut flavor in comparison.
Great Coconut flavor not over powering but lots of taste and as mentioned no burning afterwards. Mix with a Coke and add a beach, a bar at the end of the world and kick back. I wasn't crazy about the 'white' but this one is great.
A famous country star has become an alcoholic, similar to Sammy Haggar. A nice rum from Barbados as if they don't have any good rums! Nice coconut flavor which combined with rum is like peanut butter to jelly in a sandwich.
No strong burn or fake flavors with just the right amount of sweetness. Great mixed in cocktails or sipped neat with an ice cube on a hot summer day in an "Old Blue Chair" on a porch or poolside or at the beach.
I pour this straight over ice, no mixer needed. This is a little sweeter than I prefer but does the trick for a coconut spiced rum.
Sugar: estimated at 80 gpl. The coconut smell and taste is there and it's not that chemical coconut aroma and taste. There is some heat to the spice portion of the rum. It's a very sweet rum and could be classed a liqueur. It's not palatable to me as a sipper but if you are making a coconut based rum drink with some spice then this is probably the only rum out there for that. Pina Colada with a kick comes to mind.
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