Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
barva : světlejší zlatavá
vune alkoholová vůně, naznak techniky, jinak poměrně nevýrazná
chut: ssladko technický ale ve velmi slabém odvaru,
zaver : docela slabota
koupit ano z 20%
Alcohol 43 %
colour : lighter golden
smell alcohol, hint of technique, otherwise rather bland
taste: sweetly technical but in a very weak decoction,
finish : quite weak
buy yes from 20%
Alcohol 43 %
Category : Single cask 2022 - Limited Edition
ABV : 43%
Origin : Trinidad Distillers Limited
Raw material : Molasses
Fermentation : 2-3 days
Distillation : Multi-column
Year of distillation : 2011
Tropical Ageing : 9 years in Bourbon casks
Continental Ageing : 1 year in Ferrand casks
Further maturation : Finished 3 months in Sauternes wine cask
Volatile Substances : 552 g/hL AA
Esters : 138 g/hL AA
Dosage : 5 g/L
Cane sugar caramel E150a (% volume) : None
Tasted the 2011 Trinidad single cask yesterday at a rum tasting and out of 7 Plantation's, this was my least favourite one. It doesn't feel like it has a lot of body and it only has an aftertaste that wasn't really my cup of tea.
This single cask spent its last months in Sauternes wine casks.
Aroma: fruits (citrus fruits) and that aroma that is typical for rums from this country like technical aroma (very simillar to Albert Michler Trinidad 2002 Rum CZ/SK and his weaker twin).
Taste: almonds and ginger plus a very similar flavor profile to the aforementioned rum.
Overall: For me, this was a really nice rum, but if I had to choose, I'd go with the Trinidad 2002 Albert Michler. These one felt like he is missing something, but still very good rum, recomend to try.
Add RumRatings to your home screen for quicker access. All you have to do is click the icon and then Add to Home Screen