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Barbados | Aged | 48.0% ABV | Pot and Column Still Distilled
Foursquare Dominion Series 2 LCBO Exclusive 12-Year rum is a premium, aged rum made from a blend of pot and traditional column still rums from Barbados. The rum is matured for 12 years in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-Madeira barrels, giving it a complex and layered flavor profile. On the nose, there are notes of vanilla, oak, and dried fruit, while the palate is dominated by flavors of caramel, toffee, and spice. Smooth and full-bodied, this rum has a long and satisfying finish, making it a great sipping rum for connoisseurs and rum enthusiasts alike.
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But soon! If it is in line with their other offerings I know I'll enjoy it!
Richard Seale has yet to disappoint me. This offering is exclusive to Canada’s LCBO (Province of Ontario) and comes in at 48% ABV. The rum was matured in ex-Bourbon & ex-Sherry casks for 12 years in Barbados. In spie of the lower ABV it is immediately recognized as a “Foursquare” rum with a sweet but no sweetened finish. At $87 CAD it is indeed quite a bargain.
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Lovely Rum - You find a bitter edge. 8 out of 10
Tonight’s Rum, FourSquare Dominion Series, Edition 2 from Barbados. This will be number 368 of my 500 Rum challenge. How many rums have you had? This review is a bit special as my long time friend Al is helping out. Al’s more of a Whiskey guy, but does indulge in good Rum every now and then. It’ll be interesting to hear what he thinks…
In the glass, he and I see a rich caramel and burnt orange colour. On the nose, he says it smells like Rum. Well duh! I get a orange, bitter fruit and honey with hint of acetone nature. Al gets dry apricots, cinnamon and black pepper. On review, I too get the black pepper.
In the first taste I find caramel sweetness, that honey from the nose and a bit sharp. Al found the first hit of the Rum is bold and peppery.
After a few sips we both agree the flavours meld into a wash of orange with brandy like pallet. The Rum nature is hidden underneath with essences muscovado sugar and that orange again. Interestingly, the sweetness turns quickly to dry and bitter.
The finish starts off a tad bitter but sweetness up the more you sip. The long finish does unfortunately go back to bitter; imagine unsweetened orange marmalade. Long after our glasses were empty impressions from the Rum are still present. Al gives this one a 9/10, I’m a bit harder on this one at 8/10 noting the pepper and bitter finish. The FS 12 Year Single Cask is a much better Rum. Your impression may vary. Cheers.