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United Kingdom | Aged | 40.5% ABV
The Berry Bros & Rudd Classic Range Barbados 5-Year rum is a smooth and mellow Caribbean spirit made from molasses and aged for five years in oak barrels. It has a golden amber color and a complex aroma with notes of tropical fruit, vanilla, and oak. On the palate, it offers a delicate balance of sweetness and spice, with flavors of ripe bananas, caramel, and cinnamon. This rum is well-suited for sipping neat or on the rocks, but can also be used in cocktails that require a flavorful and medium-bodied base. Overall, the Berry Bros & Rudd Classic Range Barbados 5-Year is a perfect introduction to the world of premium-aged rums.
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The colour is pale, not inspiring for someone who prefers gold and aged molasses rums. The aroma reminiscent of Caribbean cocktails. The taste... Smooth, sweet, crisp and fresh with a after taste of coconut, almost a shame to mix it with anything but ice. A real surprise and delight for someone that doesn't normally like white rum.
Pleasant taste of casks and vanilla. Got this in a rum calendar. Nice surprise!
Nosing – light spices, vanilla, toffee and a touch of coconut.
"This is a pretty spicy affair. Lots of oak spice, ginger and more than a touch of bitterness. It’s a very dry rum. Finish wise it’s a little short in terms of flavour. ."
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Not bad just needs to up the abv 7 out of 10
This is clearly Foursquare but quite a weak one in years and abv ... The usual banana Caribbean notes from the distillery mixed with oak ... Would be immense if it dialled the abv up a bit.. shame could have been special