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I have earlier tried out Cane Island Venezuela and Barnbados variant with great pleasure.
Thought it would be nice to also test the variant from Trinidad to get a new variant in a different style. Thought this one should be much more to “Agricole”, but this is nothing like that.
Starting with the nose and it is for sure stronger than it’s “sisters” from Venezuela and Barbados. But smooth and gentle in the nose. Some sweet citrus/orange, some gentle toffe and oak.
The taste is dry, oaky, and a little bit more bitter than the nose. In the aftertaste there is some notes of almond och rubber.
The notes at slightly fading away.
Bought this after reading a lot of positive reviews on a rum forum and I found it very nice. It’s not as sweet as I first thought but the same thing happened when trying Zacapa 23 for the first time, which it really reminds me of in the tasting notes. Plus it’s a temporary bottle, at least here in Sweden.
Aroma is nice, with honey and nuts.
First taste is a bit sweet with honey tones. After comes my favorite part - the middle, full of forest fruit, plums and spice. Aftertaste is long and pleasant. Higher % could help to get even more points.
Aroma is very pleasant and gets your expectations high, but the taste doesn't meet them. It's very oaky and spicy and the alcohol is too prominent.
"This is a very easy going, very genteel rum. Toffee/Caramel and a touch of warming gentle oak are delivered and the finish is surprisingly long and pretty satisfying. ."
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