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Ma curiosité a été piquée par cette bouteille invitante contenant ce rhum épicé de la Barbade, se distinguant de par sa couleur caramel. Doux en bouche, ce rhum est presque festif ! Il sera un formidable digestif, après un bon gâteau au fromage sonnant la fin d’un souper bien garni...
Certains le trouveront peu complexe. Personnellement, je trouve qu’il s’agit d’une belle réussite, saveur du sud, vanille, caramel, des notes subtiles de noix de Coco. Pas de prise de tête, on se contente de boire et de sourire de temps en temps, heureux de profiter de ces petits plaisirs de la vie ! Cheers !
Don’t get me wrong I do like this rum as well as their double black. The spice here is very light.
Great mixing rum for the price. I have bought it again and again.
A nice smooth sweet rum. Aroma is caramel and vanilla.taste is of a very sweet vanilla-y (new word I made up) caramel flavored rum.
The finish is light pepper and sweet.
I sipped this, but it may be too heavy for A cola.
I've enjoyed a few bottles of this spiced rum over the last year. It packs a ton of flavor, but doesn't break the bank doing so. This completes my basic three "keep on hand" rums. (The other 2 being Capt'n Private Stock and Oakheart.) As always, I prefer my rum over ice with a healthy splash of Coke.
Being a recent fan of their 5 Year rum, I had to try this one. It is strictly smooth tasting vanilla and caramel. As for exotic spices, I detect very little. I also gather that these are artificial flavors that are thinly veiled as a dry rum. This is not the worst spiced rum that I have tried, nor is it the best. Stick with Brinley Gold Shipwreck Spiced.
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