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Plantation Gran Anejo Guatemala & Belize rum

Plantation Gran Anejo Guatemala & Belize

France | Aged

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Posted 5 months ago by Ladislao from Russian Federation with 36 ratings

Плотный и маслянистый, со сладостью ириса и тростника.

Posted 6 months ago by DarkHellHunter1991 from Germany with 16 ratings

Absolut fruchtiger Rum der in der Nase wie ein Vanille Obstkorb daher kommt. Sehr explosiv im Mund. Fruchtig frisch und sehr aromatisch. Lang anhaltender Abgang.

Posted 7 months ago by Matje from Netherlands with 27 ratings

Eigenlijk een 7,5. Lekkere rum met een hint van vanille. Smaakvol en gebalanceerd.

Posted 7 months ago by Jojorhum from Canada with 22 ratings

Le plantation Guatemala et Belize a été pour moi une mystérieuse découverte. Après près d’une dizaine de jours d’appréciation, je n’arrivais toujours pas à cerner ce rhum, ses saveurs, ses expressions... Possédant une robe timidement dorée, le plantation Guatemala Belize manque de quelque chose. Bien qu’étant pas mal, il n’est pas franc dans l’affirmation de son être ! Venant du Guatemala, où il a été vieilli dans des fûts de bourbon, il a ensuite été amené en France pour un vieillissement en fûts de cognac. Je pense que ce procédé a, en quelque sorte, dénaturé ce rhum, faisant en sorte que l’amateur que je suis, ait du mal à cerner son identité. C’est un peu dommage, parce que le potentiel est bien là. Le procédé de maturation a fait en sorte qu’il perde vraiment en authenticité. C’est tout un art de faire un rapprochement entre du rhum, du bourbon et du cognac, tout en conservant la prestance du rhum. Pour ma part, l’artisan a manqué de magie sur ce coup, même si je suis l’un des fervents admirateurs des produits de la maison Ferrand. Pour cette raison, j’accorde la note 6.

Posted 8 months ago by Immiketoo (PREMIUM) from Greece with 59 ratings

If you can get past Plantation’s business model of blending rums from other places and possibly adding sugar or other flavors, they do make a very enjoyable product!

I adore their XO, and this is right up there with it as far as flavors and drinkability is concerned. I get molasses, honey, golden raisins and a hint of chocolate, it’s smooth as would be expected at only 42%.

It has a gentle burn and is the kind of rum I drink neat. It might be excellent in a cocktail, but you’d lose much of the flavor notes I’d think.

Time for another glass!

Posted 8 months ago by Morten Graenge from Denmark with 156 ratings

En god rom, men eftersmagen kunne godt have været bedre. Derfor kun 7.

Posted 9 months ago by kmpiast from Poland with 42 ratings

Plantation has rich flavour, maybe to sweet sometimes, but its really worth every penny that you pay for it. I bought it with hope that it will be similar to XO, maybe less funky, and exactly that happened.

Posted 9 months ago by goutsou from Greece with 11 ratings

Tasty pineapple, vanilla and caramel flavours. Very smooth

Posted 9 months ago by Seko from Czech Republic with 149 ratings

The nose is strong and pleasant, with grapefruit and other citrus fruits, raisins, honey and a touch of oak, the taste is uncomplicated, spicy, with a bit af an alcohol bite, the hint of bitterness at the end is tamed with added sugar (16g/l), the after tasteste is long and bitter sweet. Definitely more rummy, with less sweet taste profile and overall significantly better than Plantation Barbados Grande Reserve, which I happened to buy togehter, but it badly needs aging and there are better rums to buy in this price range.

Posted 10 months ago by RanDanTBC (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 11 ratings

Felt it had a really earthy aftertaste...might apoeal to whiskey fans who like a Laphroaig but not for me.