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($60CAD) Color is a happy medium, not too dark, not too light. Smells of vanilla meet your nose.
Full mouth feel, with body on the tongue.
Nuts, fruits and brown sugar. There’s some oak but a strong dose of cola will reign supreme. Solid and clean. No weird tastes. Pure cane goodness.
Alkohol: 40 %
Aroma: Oproti 12 yo verzi výrazně bohatší aroma, stále však svým způsobem jemné a uhlazené. Cedr, trocha kokosu, med, mléčná čokoláda, v závěru badyánová větrovost. Nic brutálního, krásně zakulacená vůně. (88 b)
Chuť: Překvapil výraznou suchostí, z vůně jsem nabyl dojmu, že by mohl být nasládlý. Není. Kakao, čokoláda, anýz, exotická dřevitost, cedr (ten mívám v poznámkách u Panamy často). (87 b)
Shrnutí: Přímo srovnáván s dvanáctiletou verzí. Osmnáctka je výrazně lepší, než dvanáctka, ale také přiměřeně dražší.
color: tea. Legs wide
aroma: dried fruits, sweetness, wood, slips of smoke, notes of cocoa and tobacco. suddenly
taste: coffee, nut, dried fruits, dried raisins, caramel, bitter
aftertaste: short, sweet, then dry. At the end of the oak bitterness
very worthy rum. Tidy, tasty. More interesting that Flor de Cana 18.
At first this one is strong. Wooden, smokey all kind of what you expect of an old solid rum. If you like and sweet and easy this is not the right one. If you like it a bit layed down with a wooden attidude this one will get you. Experienced but also kind of smooth.
Bought at auction for about £25, and for that price I'd say it was worth it. It's unlikely to make a return to the shelf on its own merits, but it's better than the usual bottles in the supermarket.
Flavours were raisin and wood, lacked the cane flavours you may expect but could hold its own without them. If you have a whisky drinking friend who wants to branch out on a budget then this would treat them well.
Light amber in color. With big ice not so much to nose, maybe some fruit. On palate comes some nice bitters, dry fruits, dry raisins, some nuts with dryish wibes. Taste lingers quite long time, warn alcohol taste. I did not like without ice, but with ice, brilliant!
It has zero bite, tastes like it was washed up and left in the sun on the beach while still in the barrel. And then baby Groot had peat moss growing on him as a teenager and found the barrel and took a swim in the barrel and immediately called the locals over to come suck the rum out of his little makeshift jacuzzi to bottle it up
It tastes like something you would find in a dirty glass bottle under the sand that has to have been shared with people that had found it under the sand before you as well.
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