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Bristol Classic 1990 Port Morant Demerara Rum rum

Bristol Classic 1990 Port Morant Demerara Rum

United Kingdom | Gold

5 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted over 5 years ago by mistercoughy from United States with 239 ratings

Fun Fact: Port Morant (the way it is spelled on the label) is a rum-distillery town in Jamaica...but this rum is actually from Port Mourant, a rum distillery town in Guyana. Anyway, lots of flavors to enjoy here, including a touch of chocolate, sour cherries and tobacco. I don't care that much for the finish, when the heavy funk of leather and very overripe fruit lingers a little too long for me. Still, it's a really good rum, a presumably pure 25-year-old from the shores of the Demerara River, deep in the tropical rainforest.


Posted almost 3 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2838 ratings

Enjoyed a bottle of Port Morant 25y 1990 Vintage Rum after I got back home from London. Old school bottle and label design. Surprisingly dry and woody. More whisky like than I was hoping for. Cherries don't really belong in this flavor profile. Quite a burn at the end. Expensive gimmick rum in my books.


Posted 6 years ago by Kenneth Olesen from Denmark with 77 ratings

Nose is rich, and filled with molasses and sherry/fruity notes.
Taste is dry but still with some fruity notes, and maybe raisins?
Aftertaste is long, pleasent and dry, with leather, oak.

Let it open up in the glass!

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Posted over 6 years ago by Filip from Sweden with 84 ratings

Only the 2nd Demerara rum I tasted, and perhaps I had high expectations, but this was not what I expected...


Posted almost 7 years ago by thefatrumpirate from United Kingdom with 122 ratings

Single barrel rum. Good stuff but beware this is not a typical Demerara.