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Anyone who drinks rum and coke in my community simple asks for Lambs and Coke (and/or more likely Pepsi or Diet Pepsi). I have heard but never heard it confirmed that we are one of the only places in the world that Pepsi outsells Coke. So no joke but if you go to a bar and ask for Lambs and Coke it is assumed you really want Lambs and Pepsi and will get that even if you wanted Coke. Just because it is the most popular rum doesn't make it great. I was never fond of this drink but my wife and friends were raised on this one. Most have stepped up to a spiced rum such as Kraken but I still usually keep this on the shelf. Currently, it has been replaced with an 8 Year Old El Dorado which seems to keep them happy.
In my areas, this seems to be everyone's go to. I "enjoy" it mixed with Coca Cola but that's only after a few better drinks. I can understand why it's so popular though as it's easy to drink.
I have had rum throughout the Caribbean and I have my favorite here in Canada.
We live rural and our LCBO does not have a huge of alcohol and beer and wine all the time.
Went in a couple of weeks ago to get a 750 of my preferred rum, but the size was not in shock.
Instead I bought a 750 of Palm Breeze, turned out to be a bad selection and my mistake.
No taste, no flavour, very poor grade, so disappointed.
Will keep it as a cooking rum for trifle and cakes etc. Would not serve it to anyone.
Not impressed at all!
Wish I could get my money back.
Good rum for the price. Lacks character but doesnt smell of nail polish remover as previous review mentioned. Still nothing to write home about.
Decided to test this Rum in spite of the bad reviews and while it is primarily used to mix, I was surprised that it is dry enough to drink neat. Not the best mind you but passable. Definitely worth a 6 rating from me.
This jet fuel is the best selling rum in Newfoundland, by a massive margin. I've heard over half of Lamb's sales WORLD WIDE are in NF. Have no earthly idea why. A friend works in the spirit industry and tells me Lamb's is actually closer to a whiskey profile than rum. So, for me, it has the dubious distinction of being a terrible whiskey and even worse rum!!!
An amber, demerara rum that is best when mixed with cola. A marketing campaign years ago made it the top seller in my area. It is priced low and does not have a strong taste so it appeals to the masses looking for a rum and coke!
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