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Clement Canne Bleue rum

Clement Canne Bleue

Martinique | Agricole | 50% ABV | Column Still (1-4)

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Alas 🇵🇷 | 510 ratings
Posted over 2 years ago

As most agricoles has heavy funk on nose, taste isn’t as grassy as other clementes, finish is slight burn. Textbook agricole so if you’re into them add +2

thebrowndram 🇵🇭 | 51 ratings
Posted over 2 years ago

Nose: Unsurprisingly, fresh sugar cane is the central aroma. Leaves and other sugar cane detritus are there, too. I am brought back to memories of walking around a rum distillery in the Philippines, watching machine-cut sugar cane being dumped by trucks. Surrounding that core are very soft hints of Yakult, mint, buttered popcorn, coriander, radish, and bell peppers. However, I feel that the central sugar cane note overpowers the rest too much.

Palate: The character follows the same pattern as the nose: A central flavor of grassy sugar cane flanked by subtle ginger, radish, orange zest, and lemongrass. Unfortunately, it's also quite linear and has a thin texture.

Finish: The taste of chewing on both fresh and dried leaves. Echoes of ginger, too. Long.

DL01 🇬🇧 | 17 ratings
Posted 9 months ago

Not being white rum fans, this is potentially a little bias to start with. This is relatively smooth given its 50% content and has spades of grassy vegetal goodness with a good helping of white pepper. Has a long finish that eventually peters out to a taste we can't identify. We tried with a dash of water and that just pollutes it, really waters it down - if you want to taste this rum it has to be done neat. Its £37 retail price doesn't excite us, nice to try a rum from Martinique that we don't dislike but just not worth it for us.

Rating: 5/10

Smell - vegetal, no burn on the nose, grassy, white pepper, dried banana crisp
Taste - grassy, yeasty, sweet
After Taste - long, white pepper spice

Stig Wolff (PREMIUM) 🇩🇰 | 182 ratings
Posted over 6 years ago

Jeg var fornyelig til romsmagning med Mads Heitmann fra romhatten.
Denne hvide rom var den første vi fik lov at smage på.
Jeg syntes nu den var en smule skarp med noter af eg .
Ikke en rom jeg vil anbefale at drikke rent.

marekfiser 🇨🇿 | 144 ratings
Posted 2 years ago

Drew my attention in a local rum-store thru awesome, crystal-blue cask. (I have beautiful 2020 edition, if that matters.)
Better (sweeter, roundier) than most of white rums I've had (including "devil on wheels", red hi-esther South-African Mhoba). Very strong nose, classic raw destillation tones.
Still not a fan of whites. Perhaps they fit to me as one-sippers only. I am therefore somewhat indifferent about the quality, rating and general recommendation.
It was fun to try but it's gonna be here for long.

Robert Macků 🇨🇿 | 12 ratings
Posted over 6 years ago

Smell is nice, but this is the only plus of this rum. So strong body and aftertaste with alcohol taste. Not for me.

ecsz 🇭🇺 | 52 ratings
Posted over 3 years ago

I did not have much experience with Agricole rums, but it was a big disappointment. This is just not for me.

stonytokes 🇺🇸 | 25 ratings
Posted almost 6 years ago

I chose this to be my first exploration beyond more traditional rums in an effort to expand my palette. Both this Clement and the Premiere Canne were on sale last month but only the Canne Bleue was available from the distributor else I'd have opted for the other as my first being that it's more highly rated.

Now I suppose I may not have the sophistication at this point to appreciate this spirit but this is not to my liking at all. There's something indefinable about the taste of it that puts me off immediately regardless of how I consume it. I've tried it neat, with ice, with ice, lime, and sugar...and every time that discernible element overwhelms the tasting experience for me.

If this is what a typical (or even exceptional) agricole tastes like you can keep them as far as I'm concerned. Does anyone have a suggestion for what I can drown this in to make it palatable? Ugh.

dbroussard27 🇺🇸 | 18 ratings
Posted 4 years ago

I simply couldn't drink this. I've tried Clement once again after this and was very disappointed. I'd rather use Bacardi than this.

Brand Details

Type: Agricole
Company: Clement
Country: Martinique
Name: Canne Bleue
ABV: 50%
Raw Material: Cane Juice
Process: Unknown
Distillation: Column Still (1-4)
Women Led: No