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This was a staple in my cabinet for years and often I pick up a bottle for old times. However generally my taste buds have moved on to more sophisticated rums that do not require mix. Very acceptable if serving a large group of people
This is one of the best rums available where there is not a big selection. It was my favorite until I found true premium rums. This is the rum to serve to you liquor pig friends so they don't drink your expensive ones!
This is a great rum for tiki drinks and tropical rum cocktails! An old classic...but not as great as the 151...not as much of a sipper as it`s a mixing rum.
It's okay, not bad, but not good. It's destined as a mixer, but it's like white people potato salad, bland n plain, lacking spice.
Always a favorite after first trying it. It is not lemon flavoured as someone once believed. Was the rum that opened the door to the world of smooth rums.
I had this a few times when I was young... better than bacardi or captain morgan's offerings, but still some fiery piss water to be sure! Best served in something like a spiced hot lemon or something else to knock the snot out of you! Grog mix much like lambs!
Tried a glass of Lemon Hart Premium and what a disappointment. Very harsh alcohol smell plus an awful glue smell to the nose and palate. Just bloody awful.
Nose: Alcohol that yields to brown sugar.
Palate: Sweet, slightly rough.
This is an older bottling, with a plastic screw-on cap. No longer produced. Haven't tried to current 1804 offering for comparison, but pales compared to Hamilton 86 Demerara.
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