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
Picked thus up in P. Plata duty free recently, $55.
Very classy bottle, handwritten.
Lovely colour and very smooth on the tongue. A little bit of spice, not too sweet, vanilla, coffee and slightly orange.
Top class sipping rum.
Enjoyed back-to-back 25, 21, 18 and 15 year old Opthimus rums this weekend. Surprisingly the 25 year old was not the best of the bunch. The 21 year old was the goldilocks with a very nice flavor profile and super smooth finish with hardly any burn. If you want to try Opthimus for the very first time, try the 21 year old and it will set you a very good benchmark.
Opthimus 25 year 7 points
Opthimus 21 year 8 points
Opthimus 18 year 6 points
Opthimus 15 year 4 points
Not the best one from Oliver Oliver distillery. I expected something better but still really good rum. Classic sweetness from Dominican Republic with light alcohol burn for me. Give it a try.
This rum really went down easy. I guess that's because it's only 38%abv.
Has a sweet honey nose, with just a hint of bourbon and oak. Taste is also nicely sweet, with a hint of caramel. Not quite as good as the Opthimus 25 imho, but a very good rum.
Smooth woody premium rum in stylish "pharmaceutical" bottle
But twice cheaper Atlantico private cask is quite similar...
Finished this bottle about a week ago but i cant actually rember it properly. so its not good and not bad. but to be honest my expectations were much higher...
So smoother than the 15, but still retains a nice but milder burn. Deeper caramel notes but leans a bit sweeter than my liking so add a point if you’re into that.
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