Foursquare 2007 Sovereignty 14-Year rum

Foursquare 2007 Sovereignty 14-Year

Barbados | Aged | 62.0% ABV | Pot and Column Still Distilled

Foursquare 2007 Sovereignty 14-Year is a premium rum that is aged for fourteen years in ex-bourbon barrels in the tropical climate of Barbados. This rum is produced by Foursquare Distillery, which is renowned for its high-quality rum-making techniques. The rum has a deep amber color and offers a complex aroma with notes of vanilla, caramel, and oak. On the palate, it presents a smooth texture with flavors of toffee, dried fruit, and spices. The finish is long and pleasant with a hint of smokiness. Overall, Foursquare 2007 Sovereignty 14-Year is an exceptional rum that showcases the fine craft of distillation and aging.

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Pipestone 🇸🇰 | 58 ratings
Posted 7 months ago

This is my best Foursquere ECS so far.
Sweet , no alcohol bite even 62%,excelent aroma.
Highly recommended.

Rumlover 🇬🇧 | 7 ratings
Posted 8 months ago

Beautiful rum, not for the faint hearted as it packs a punch, but it is THE best sherry expression ESC yet. It actually only has very subtle hints of the sherry which suits me fine, overall just a beautiful expression, with a lovely hint of chocolate and a long long finish.

Up there with the best Foursquare of all time! Buy of you have a chance!

nickprice 🇳🇱 | 27 ratings
Posted 9 months ago

Wow. This is 62%. Would never have guessed. Smooth, sweet and a woody vanilla flavour. Very sippable. Honestly one of my favourites.

tactical 🇧🇪 | 2 ratings
Posted 2 months ago

Foursquare rhum de mélasse de La Barbade. ’un single blended rum, soit un rhum issu de deux modes distillations différents, au sein d’une même distillerie. Comme à son habitude, Foursquare tape dans le mille

Krogulson 🇵🇱 | 16 ratings
Posted 5 months ago

I'm absoulutely stunned by this product.
The alcohole is well hidden despite the cask strength
A marvellous sherry expression. Can't go wrong with R. Seale's products!

cherry, red fruits, dried fruits, caramel, chocolate, oak, dark molasses, sherry,

What a banger! Multidimensinal flavour profile.
Smooth, creamy, ,cherry, sherry, winelike dark chocolate, spices, raisins, dates, roasted oak, dark and red stewed fruits.

Very long

Absolutely worth the money, best foursquare

beeporama (PREMIUM) 🇺🇸 | 79 ratings
Posted 8 months ago

There are enough great reviews that for once I don't have much to add... In short, complex and interesting, with the perfect amount of aging in Sherry casks. Add a bit of water or ice (it's still 62% despite being fairly drinkable) and enjoy.

GHJS 🇬🇧 | 21 ratings
Posted 8 months ago

The most common rum flavour I've seen in reviews is caramel, but often I don't get it during a tasting. That is not the case with this beauty.
At 62%, you expect something with a bit of harshness, closer to whisky flavours than lots of people would associate with rum's usual profile. This however is a Foursquare ECS, and in all true measures it stands strong with the rest of their line-up and blurs the line between whisky notes, and the true bouquet of rum.
On the nose you'd think you had ordered a caramel milkshake with some bourbon in it, then a subtle hint of dried fruit follows from the sherry cask and you know you're in for a treat.
I tried it both purely neat, and with a splash of water to proof it down and in all honesty, the full strength sips were more enjoyable I think. Rich, almost unctuous mouthfeel, with caramel, vanilla and some aged sherry notes. As it matures in the glass you get some dark chocolate (80% plus) and a bit of ripe tropical fruit (pineapple, mango, maybe a bit of lychee).
The finish lasts forever, probably a benefit of the proof, and keeps the enjoyment going long after you've finished the glass.
Others have already sung it's praises, it's a fantastic Bajan rum that really shows off the skills present in the foursquare distillery at the moment. There's a reason why the ECS releases sell out in minutes here in the UK, and this is a shining example of that reason.

ShakingSince95 🇳🇱 | 44 ratings
Posted 8 months ago

The bayan rum compliments the dry nutty sherry notes. Super long finish at cask strenght. Almost cant be beat for a Barbados style rum

Michal Ernest 🇨🇿 | 185 ratings
Posted 8 months ago

Rum jsem ochutnal díky kamarádům z rumové komunity v České republice. Je výborný, už od vůně přes chuť. Bohužel se mi zatím nepodařilo koupit celou láhev.

Gary2475 (PREMIUM) 🇺🇸 | 5 ratings
Posted 10 months ago

This is the latest Foursquare release in their Exceptional Cask Series. It is a blend of pot and column still rums ages for 14 years in Barbados in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks. Bottled at cask strength with no additives. It is the 19th release in the Exceptional Cask Selection series.

ABV: 62% Tied with the previous high ABV Nobiliary (#12)

Because of the high ABV, I’m going to do this one without and with a splash of water.

No Water (rested 10 minutes)

Nose: Cinnamon, allspice, black pepper, dark chocolate. The alcohol is definitely there!

Palate: Initial alcohol burn. Slightly thick on the tongue. Black pepper, earthy. Sherry and bourbon are very noticeable.

Finish: Nice long finish, but the alcohol lingers. Berries, like blackberry and blueberry.

Rating: 8/10

Water added (1 ml of purified bottled water in 30 ml, rested 10 minutes)

Nose: Alcohol is definitely attenuated. Sherry and bourbon, allspice, black pepper. Little or no chocolate.

Palate: Much smoother. Moderate mouthfeel. Black pepper, and some buttered popcorn. The sherry and bourbon pop.

Finish: Nice long finish, but the alcohol is not as strong. Berries, now more raspberry than blackberry and blueberry.

Rating: 9/10

This is another outstanding ECS release from Foursquare. Interestingly, one of the reasons that I’m moving from bourbon to rum is I was tired of paying $100 USD a bottle for mediocre whisky. This bottle set me back $120 USD (in Oklahoma, YMMV) but I don’t regret it for an instant (but don’t tell my wife….).

This is a delicious monster, so I don’t think that I’ll be drinking it neat. Probably with a larger amount of water - like a milliliter or two in an ounce. While I wouldn’t normally use a rum like this as a mixer, I’m going to have to try it at least once in a mixed drink. I’m only afraid that I’ll never want to mix drinks with $25 rum again….

Brand Details

Name: 2007 Sovereignty 14-Year
Company: Foursquare
Type: Aged
Distillation: Pot and Column Still
ABV: 62.0%
Aged: 14
Distilled: 2007