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Bought me this bottle on my way down to Spain.
It’s aged for at least 3 years in oak casks.
Recognizable aromas is vanilla, tobacco and coffee.
The taste is dry, oaky, spicy and fruity. I recognize prunes, vanilla, cinnamon and black pepper.
During the medium long finish that goes on in the same way the tobacco comes back again.
Overall a quite intense Agricole that’s a little demanding.
Picture: My opened bottle and a poured glass out at my balcony by the Estepona Harbour.
This rum is not something, I would enjoy. The smell is, well, like not really good whisky. The taste is at the beginning sweet a little bit, but I wasn´t able to distinguish any ingrediency. Then it seems to be smooth, but the rum will in a second return in a very kicky form. The ending is dry and a bit fruity.
If you want try a sample, but it is not worthy to buy a bottle.
I cannot understand the less than positive reviews for this rum. Folk complaining about an alcohol burn?, it is 45% proof an not that bad at all in my opinion.
So many beautiful and complex flavours in every sip. It reminds me somewhat of Smith and Cross's Traditional Jamaican Rum, which just explodes with flavours in every sip.
One of the tastiest rums I have experienced for a long time. Perfectly sweet and "spicey".
Eye: light amber with gold nuances.
Nose: warm. Peach and raspberry
Mouth: tropical fruit. Anice / metallic finale. A bit alcholic
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