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Even mixing can't hide the cheap liqour flavour. I'm not experienced in "Rhum Agricole". Maybe its just not for me...
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.
Pour que je les mette dans ce breuvage ! Parfait rhum agricole pour faire macérer des fruits et des épices.
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.
... 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.
This is my West Indies staple for Ti punch or Ruhm punch, island style. Great memories will never forget the bottle.
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.
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.
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