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Plantation Pineapple Stiggin's Fancy rum

Plantation Pineapple Stiggin's Fancy

France | Flavored

7.2/10
394 ratings
Recommendable to most

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Posted over 6 years ago by Earl Elliott from Canada with 205 ratings

Sugar: 16 to 20 gpl. A rum recreated from a Dickens literary character, this rum has an interesting story regarding the origin and recipe on the labels. That uniqueness continues with the aroma and taste. At first pour you get the smell of a quality aged dark Plantation brand rum with a trace of pineapple. A bit of sweetness with some heat and lots of flavor. However in the background there is a slightly bitter trace of the macerated pineapple used in creating the rum. That stops it from being a sipping rum for me. If you are looking for a rum to mix with any drink recipe that calls for tropical juices, then this is the one to use! It makes a great Pina Colada. It's worth a try.

Posted over 4 years ago by "Samuel Brunello" from United States with 78 ratings

This stuff smells and tastes exactly like the core of a ripe pineapple! It gives you all the flavor of the fruit without the cloying sweetness or sharp acidity. It's just soft, clean, rummy pineapple: something you never knew you wanted, but desperately need to try!

Posted almost 6 years ago by Don Ron from Germany with 41 ratings

Habe den rum pur und on the rock's getrunken. Überzeugt mich beides nicht so trifft nicht 100% meinen geschmack aber in Cocktails passt er super gut. Top

Posted over 6 years ago by mamajuana from United States with 148 ratings

This is a rum that tasted more like rum than it does Pineapple when sipping neat and no other rum is around. Its got a nice flavor to it and the aroma at first is stronger to pineapple than the actual taste of the rum. Overall a nice sipper I would not really mix this at all personally. Very smooth rum with a very slight kick and moderate finish.

Though if you drink a few pure rums first then have this, the pineapple really comes to life on the palate and its much more intense.

Posted 2 months ago by Ghouless from Czech Republic with 18 ratings

Plantation original dark with infusion of pineapples. Interesting combination, fresh with some bite on the end and enjoyable also for sipping.

Posted 6 months ago by DMG from United States with 11 ratings

As per title, please use this for mixing. The pineapple flavor is solid without being too overwhelming. It's doing the job it was asked to do, nothing excellent but not subpar. 7.5/10 as a mixer, maybe not even 5/10 neat.

Posted 7 months ago by Richull (PREMIUM) from United States with 18 ratings

Slightly sweet but also has a nice depth of flavor. Mild pineapple taste but not overly so and did not get an artificial aftertaste.

Posted 9 months ago by Yohobro from Canada with 31 ratings

($47 CAD) I was excited to try this as I really enjoyed the 20th anniversary bottle from Plantation.

It’s a nice amber colour in the glass. It smells like pineapple a bit, less so than I thought it would.

Tastes like a solid rum infused with pineapple. It’s sweet, but the pineapple doesn’t take over the flavour of the rum. It has a rather smooth finish with little burn but also little depth. You can definitely taste the rum come in after the pineapple and I like that.

When I first tried this, it fell short of my expectations. With that being said, and as time goes on, I am liking it more and more, despite the lack of a finish. It’s so easy to drink, I feel like if you were catching up with someone drinking this, it wouldn’t take long to down the bottle. I wish it was $10 cheaper but still highly recommend it at this price point.

Mmhmm. Yep, that’s nice.

Posted 10 months ago by KINhuna from United States with 11 ratings

One foggy Sunday afternoon I landed at Forbidden Isle and was offered a sermon on the rocks from Revereand Stiggin. My complete salvation isn't guaranteed but after just one tasting I surely avoided the fires of palate hell. Plantation Pineapple was a surprising delight when I had harbored the worst expectation (even with a brand that has yet to fail this salty waterman). Try it at a price that won't empty the treasure chest.

Posted 12 months ago by Mark Halse (PREMIUM) from Australia with 37 ratings

A very easy drinking spiced rum, not overpowered by pineapple