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Al naso trovo sentori vegetali, di mais inscatolato, canna da zucchero, qualche agrume, nel complesso molto profumato.
Al palato è minerale e liscio con note di noccioline tostate, agrumi, pepe, vegetale/legumi e un po' di sapidità. Dimostra 10 gradi in meno
Ottimo per un Ti Punch
This cane originated from Barbados and is cultivated and harvested on Marie-Galante annually. The main Bielle rhum is a blend of red and gray canes - this is purely gray cane.
It’s very clean and crisp compared to Bielle 59° blanc, but that missing character that makes the standard offering so damn great makes this pale in comparison. I still don’t get first presses in this category, they don’t hold up but are interesting nonetheless.
Cant believe this rum is 59%. It's really smooth. There is some really interesting tones on the nose, some green bananas, hint of grapfruit and newly cut grass.
In the mouth it's very smooth, a bit oily and with a very little burn at the end. There is also a taste of green bananas and star fruit. Very interesting! Beautiful rum!!
Rhum avec un goût d'alcool très prononcé. Normal pour du 59° mais l'alcool est nettement plus marqué que le père Labat originaire egalement de Marie Galante (59° aussi).
Outre l'alcool, ce rhum est bon mais sans plus : plutôt simple sans saveur sortant de l'ordonaire.
Attention, la bouteille est de 50cL, il est donc assez onéreux.
New 59% blanc made from the grise sugar cane type. Very enjoyable as a punch on its own even only with lime juice/oil. More fruity palate than a regular blanc. Spicy and fruity in mouth, the 59% is noticable but it won’t kill the taste. Therefore a very good issue from the Marie-Galante distillery. To be enjoyed on its own for sure, and in planteurs and other mixes, too. First rating is 8.4.
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