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Admiral Rodney Extra Old rum is produced in St. Lucia using a continuous still, and then aged in American oak casks for an average of 12 years.
The rum is named after British Naval Officer Admiral George Rodney, who in 1782 as the Governor of St. Lucia rebuffed the Spanish fleet in the "Battle of the Saints".
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think for 65 UK pound bit expensive it's the
most I have paid on a rum easy to drink little burn if it was 10 cheaper would be well worth the money
A wonderfully smooth St Lucian rum. Smells of caramel and finishes with light vegetative and hints of warm leather. Well worth the try. I will certainly try the other more exciting offerings from St Lucia in the near future.
The presentation is really excellent. The rum is a beautiful amber color. When smelling it the rum reveals a sweet brown sugar, caramel and molasses as well as notes of banana and a little tropical fruit. The rum is sweet but light, not overpowering. The rum has clearly not been adulterated and the taste is produced as a result of aging. I added a small amount of cola to the rum and a few large cubes of ice and the fruity flavor combined beautifully. It is mainly a rum to enjoy slowly and invite good friends.
Ordered this at a bar. Their bottle was almost empty, so they poured me a larger serving than usual, to restock later! Well received burn, with crispy, satisfying and long aftertaste. Fills you with a feeling of fulfilment and if you breath post sipping, then you sense its magnificence thoroughly! Their bottle was this, the old one.
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