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Negrita Dark is not a true Rhum Agricole although it comes from the island of Martinique. Cheap as chips price leads to very immature flavor profile. It is super sweet, like a syrup and has a harsh burn, so not a neat sipper at all. Nasty flavors shine through even after mixed.
This is another rum that I used as a youngster to mix my rum and coke. I remember that I liked this better than the white ones.
On the nose:
Alcohol with some vanilla and spices.
Very alcohol-forward, with a slight sweetness and hints of spices and vanilla.
Not enjoyable as a sipper.
Cheap rum, best mixed with cola or other soft drinks.
Very familiar rum since I was a kid. Used for baking and some other French and West Indies' dessert recipes
This is the rum you use when flavouring desserts or cookies, not when you need a drink or a cocktail. harsh.
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