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Plantation 2003 Trinidad rum

Plantation 2003 Trinidad

France | Aged

7.0/10
63 ratings
Recommendable to most

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Posted over 4 years ago by LarsF from Sweden with 39 ratings

The Plantation Trinidad 2003 comes in a traditional Plantation bottle with the ribbons around it (picture).
 
This is a nice price worthy rum that you can drink neat aswell as doing cocktails and drinks with the Plantation Trinidad 2003 as base.
 
On the nose you get some alcohol and a fresh fruit with a little bit of vanilla and maybe also a hint of Bourbon from the casks. This rum smells a bit different from other rums I have tasted. Not so much sweetness in the aroma.
 
In mouth you get fruit, spices and oak. Some sweetness but not very sweet. This rum is smooth in the throat. The aftertaste is intense with lots of spices and oak. The aftertaste is not the best for me.
 
Not one of the best rums but it is a nice rum compared to other rums in the price range.

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Posted 12 months ago by Achim Emmenegger from Germany with 70 ratings

The value for the money is great and it is a Caroni,the Plantation Trinidad until 2003 is Caroni´and you will not find a Caroni for 30 Euro....
Its not a Caroni 1996 Kirsch or a Velier Last, but for this price it is like a gift....

read here at Rum Paradise :https://www.rum-paradise.de/plantation-rum-trinidad-2003-vintage-edition

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Posted 1 year ago by Aldoholic666 from Belgium with 26 ratings

We just had the 2008 Trinidad and damn boy, 2003 is kicking all them asses.

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Posted almost 3 years ago by Stefan Persson (TASTING CLUB) from Sweden with 259 ratings

It’s quite good. I really don’t have something bad to say about it.
But I think Plantation (and also some others) is a little bit dull. I mean if I for example want a rum from Trinidad or Jamaica on my shelf I buy a rum from the original distillery.

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Posted almost 4 years ago by Paul Unwin from United States with 14 ratings

Probably need to rate this again at some point, because I am at the end of a cold. I think my smell and taste might be hidden a bit, but this is a very nice rum, aged in Bourbon casks in Trinidad and then shipped to France where it is then further matured in Cognac barrels as a lot of Plantation rum is.

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Posted over 4 years ago by Daniel Lindén from Sweden with 59 ratings

Denna är nog förmodligen den bästa plantationromen, oerhört prisvärd vilket drar upp betyget en aning. Nyanserad smak av arrak och citrusfrukter, något annorlunda jämfört med andra från plantation vilket gör att den sticker ut och gillas skarpt!

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Posted 3 months ago by JKNitro from Finland with 45 ratings

This is the right stuff. Nice aroma of caramel, honey. Smooth, decent sweetness and medium long taste of arrack, papaya, caramel, pear. You got to try this.

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Posted 5 months ago by AlexMo from Russian Federation with 179 ratings

Harmonious. Dense, concentrated, can be slightly diluted. Definitely worth buying another one! .,.,.,. Запах парка в конце лета, цветочной приторности, спиртовой резкости, парафинов. Вкус сладкий, плотный/маслянистый, с кислинкой и терпкостью, концентрированный. "Пусть всегда будет Солнце, ..., пусть всегда буду я."

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Posted 7 months ago by Rhoffer97 from United States with 50 ratings

Light nose, smooth with a bit on the back end but overall classic Plantation goodness

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Posted 9 months ago by Captain Sam from Romania with 29 ratings

An excellent sipping rum. It has a sweet woody vanilla overtone and aftertaste, enriched by mango and banana like notes.
Does not disappoint in a daiquiri either but it is not, for me at least a mixing rum.
Great job by Plantation. You can still feel the initial alcohol bite by it mellows out.
For me it is best served like a cognac, at room temperature to really bring out its value.