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Souvenirs souvenirs sipping ti punchs until mornings. With the right note of sugar it is a killer, right balance of force, fruits and spices. Better a bit cold.
Idéal en ti'punch facile à boire et qui ne brûle pas la gorge à chaque gorgée.à avoir dans son bar
Rhum blanc intermédiaire entre les premiers prix (old Nick, Saint James) et les plus "haute gamme" (damoiseau, trois rivières). Toujours bon à en avoir un comme ça dans sont bar perso ;-)
I have never tasted any rhum Agricole before. Based on what I've heard and read, I was expecting something very different from other rums. It wasn't. There is a slight vegetal taste which I've not had before but that's it. Or maybe that is IT. I don't know. On it's own I don't like most boozes, not this one either, even if it was drinkable. Looking forward to using it in a cocktail. Flavor 5/10, aroma 6/10, look 5/10.
I thought this made an excellent Tí Punch. Straight, not bad at all. But it really thrives in the punch. And for the price point I don’t think you can go wrong. 40% good flavor, vegetal. Not sure why so many low ratings.
Just what you want from an unaged agricole, fresh and vibrant, great for a cocktail or punch.
A lot of grassy notes and tropical fruit, both on the palate and on the nose. Add a very small amount of sugar and lime juice and you have a pretty nice Ti' Punch.
I put this one up there as one my favorite white rums. I believe Barbados doesn’t allow sugar to be added to their rums, so you’re tasting the real deal with this one. Yummy.
I tried to make a Mai Tai with this at first. I was not a fan. I later tried a Ti Punch and fell in love. I now enjoy it with just some lime.
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