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This 3yo Agricole from Guadeloupe is really great for just being 3yo.
The aroma is pleasant and I recognize spices and licorice.
In mouth, at the palate and during the medium long finish it’s extremely smooth and I recognize fruits, spices and of course licorice and some sweetness as I have found in all Rhum from Reimonenq so far.
The big difference between this young ReimonenQ and the ones more aged is that those has a deeper and more powerful taste.
Pictures: My opened bottle with a poured glass & Some of my different ReimonenQ’s.
I bought it in Guadeloupe while visiting another distillery there.
Light brown colour
Nose: sugarcane, vanilla, mature fruits
Taste: OK for a rum agricole, but not more. Fruity (mature plums), cane, litle sweetness, spicy and vanilla. Better suited for drinks.
I've been trying to work this one out for the past week, but it's still grass meets boiled sweets. Considering it's pretty young, there's really not that much burn. I'd even say it was smooth, if that didn't sound like it was sweetened.
Nose is subtle, but both it and the taste are a sweetness that reminds me of Spanish style rums, with slightly saccharine top notes. I don't know if this is indicative of Guadalupe style rhums, or just Reimonenq, but it's distinctive, weird, drinkable but a little off putting. I keep vasilating between a 5 and a 6.
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