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La Mauny Blanc 50 rum

La Mauny Blanc 50

Martinique | Agricole | 50.0% ABV

6.1/10
32 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great

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32 La Mauny Blanc 50 ratings

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Posted 5 years ago by Ronald Broers from Netherlands with 17 ratings

Even mixing can't hide the cheap liqour flavour. I'm not experienced in "Rhum Agricole". Maybe its just not for me...

Posted 6 years ago by Nicoakr from France with 106 ratings

Classic flavours from Martinique. A classic fruity scent that comes with its lot of agressivity. Powerful in mouth. Compare well to Dillon. Perfect to infuse.

Posted 6 years ago by Knaky from France with 45 ratings

Pour que je les mette dans ce breuvage ! Parfait rhum agricole pour faire macérer des fruits et des épices.

Posted over 6 years ago by Jim from United States with 20 ratings

Very hard to mask the foul flavor. I couldn't find anything I liked to drink that had this rum in it. For rum emergencies only.

Posted almost 7 years ago by stefbond from France with 7 ratings

Bon rhum pour cocktail classique, planteur, pina colada ...

Posted 5 months ago by Raven from France with 56 ratings

... Rhum blanc floral et frais, et fin ! De la belle ouvrage. Quelque part entre Clément, HSE et Trois Rivières, un style martiniquais jusqu'au bout du vesou. Assez "standard" pour servir de bonne base à ti, mais tout à fait correct pur, sans agressivité alcooleuse.

Posted 1 year ago by Anthossandro from France with 19 ratings

Rhum blanc doux en bouche pour la réalisation de cocktail ou d'arrangé.

Posted over 1 year ago by Jimmy Cliff (PREMIUM) from United States with 346 ratings

This is my West Indies staple for Ti punch or Ruhm punch, island style. Great memories will never forget the bottle.

Posted over 1 year ago by ElPato from Norway with 35 ratings

A whiff of cellar on the nose, but cottonsedge and sugarcane comes through.
On the palate a bit rubber and hay, figs, banana peel minus the bitterness, sugarcane and vague hints of dried fruit, short finish. Pleasant enough to drink straight, although I would use it in drinks. Nice beginner’s agricole. The rating absolutely takes price into consideration, on an absolute scale I’d say a 5.

Posted almost 2 years ago by dbroussard27 from United States with 18 ratings

As other reviewers have remarked, this is certainly a classic fruit taste from Martinique. The terroir isn't massively present but it's still one of my favorites for a Ti'Punch. I find it comparable to some HSE batches.