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A Panamanian, ex-Bourbon & Muscatel cask, bottled at 40%. Stated age is 3 years.
Initially I didn't really like it. Now I can tolerate it.
EDIT - I generally love Mezan rums. I always thought that this was a bit of a strange one to have in their line up due to it being so different, young and raw. But today, I sort of got it, though I still think that they were spot on bottling at 40% rather than their usual 46%
I always drink rum straight up, and I appreciate that this might be better as a mixer. But neat... I had a bad day and wanted something with a little rawness, but still with a bit of sophistication about it. I realise that that is a little contradictory, but the young rum gives a rawness and the moscatel's sweetness a bit of sophistication. Really though, the rum is not that raw nor that sophisticated, but it has enough of both to meet my needs right now.
I'm not sure it could ever be considered to be a great rum - what 3yo is? It's not trying to be. I think I'm on my 3rd bottle of it, and it is just now that I have changed my mind on how I view this rum,
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