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One of a bunch of bottles I bought when driving down to Spain a week ago.
It’s a blend of three-to-four-year old rum aged in American oak bourbon barrels
It’s quite young and that’s noticeable when it’s coming to the deep in the rum and the powerfulness.
In nose I recognize vanilla, fruits and smoke.
In mouth, at the palate and during the quite long finish I recognize vanilla, fruits, smoke, tobacco, sugarcane and bitter almond.
Overall I’m getting a little of a whisky feeling, but that’s not bad. I think it’s quite good for being so young.
Picture: My opened bottle and a poured glass down in Nerja, Spain.
Tres bon rapport qualite prix.meme si il n est pas comple e il est simple mais tout en douceur et la finition bourbon est tres bien faite. A 16e a l usine c etait un pliasir de le boire sec.si vs commencez le rhum et que le cote qec des agricoles vous gene prennez celui ci qui fait la liaison.bon produit avec un tres bon rapport qualite prix...
Considered as a special edition, this HSE Black Sheriff is for sure aged in Bourbon barrels.
A little bit too much 'Whisky' for me but it can be a good start for Whisky lovers who want to discover the Rum World.
Quite harsh like a rhum agricole can be. Wood is present but not too much. Something is missing, complexity may be?
"Sipped the rum is initially quite sweet, slightly vegetal with some nice subtle sweetness. The finish is also very short and you get a little bit of oak before a touch of spice."
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