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The most expressive molasses-based white rum I've tasted so far, along with the Hampden LROK... The complexity is just insane ! Acquired taste but dam, it is unusually rich ! Dozens of flavours reeks out, from almonds to gentian, gherkins to hibiscus, with something like soot and mustard... and the usual fresh glue... Frangipane, Fisherman's Friend and truffles. With roots of many kinds. It even brings Roquefort at some point. Never stops bringing new flavours. Masterpiece from Rum Nation !
Nose: firstly you feel acetat and chemical, later you feel smth different. Im not a fan of white rums but this one is bot bad.
Taste: wood, even old wood. Strong enough but not very bad. Im have very subjective opinion but it is good enough for white rum
Am enjoying straight with a few drops of water like a good whisky :)
Vibrant fruity with some funky Agricole notes - over ripe banana tropical fruits
Loving it ... okay the bottle was 6 months half empty in the cellar and has improved
I should mention I am more often in summer into distillate driven spirits
and this I rate as top class - for me better than most whiskies out there
In aroma is paint, alcohol, dry fruits, pineapple and lime. tastw is then dry with salty aftertaste.
Aroma is on the agricole side. Taste is bitter-sweet with wood and pepper tones. Aftertaste is complex and fruity sweet but very short. Taste reminding me grappa. Need some time to breath. Not so much burning as you would expect feom 57%. Can be ideal for mixing.
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