Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Advertisement | Go Premium to remove
I love El Dorado. But this one just did not live up to the hype for me. one of the other reviews pointed out it had a Cognac taste and they are right. I am not a big fan of Cognac.
I love that it is unique but the 15 year is more sophisticated. This is the smoothest of the three single stills so far but I haven't tried the versailles yet. The port mourant was a bit more flavourful I thought. Cant wait to try the third one. Thanks El Dorado, went down way too quick.
Pleasant sweet, spicy flavour but finishes a little quickly. Not as complex as the port mourant or versailles single still releases.
($65CAD) Smells mostly of alcohol, a bit aggressive. This pencil eraser type smell transforms into something brilliant on the tongue; something I can't entirely describe. Very faint hints of fruit, with something more prominent that I cannot identify. It's more on the woody or earthy side, almost like peat or charred oak. After a while in the glass, the butterscotch and wood notes come out in the aroma with the wood notes dominating the flavour. A fun dram to ponder on.
Great nose. Intensly complex with Licorice honey butter and wood warm smoke. The buttery notes are savory and coat the pallet. Rich and full. Great balance. Superb finish. A great rum.
Rich colour with the good typical ElDorado nose after resting. First taste has a little bite but a rich balanced fruity flavour with a bit of burnt caramel. It has a long smoky smooth finish. 90 Can$ at LCBO
Try to get a well lit shot from the front of the rum label
Add RumRatings to your home screen for quicker access. All you have to do is click the icon and then Add to Home Screen