Bayou Special Release Single Barrel rum

Bayou Special Release Single Barrel

United States | Dark

Bayou Single Barrel rum, a version of their base Bayou Rum that’s aged for two years and four months in used rye whiskey barrels and bottled at 80 proof.

via American Rum Report
18 ratings
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JKNitro 🇫🇮 | 62 ratings
Posted 10 months ago

Almost carrot in color. Sweet banana, vanilla, fruits on the nose. Smoky oak, vanilla, tobacco on palate. Very nice alcohol taste with oaky and leathery after taste that lingers. My favorites.

TheGolfBallGuy 🇺🇸 | 10 ratings
Posted 3 years ago

Aged in Rye barrels and not overly sweet. It's only available at the distillery in limited quantity. If you are passing through Lacassine, La. Stop and give it a try.

Charles M 🇬🇧 | 140 ratings
Posted almost 3 years ago

I bought this and the Bayou Select - both were similarly priced (or here in UK there was a £3 difference). But the difference is huge.

The nose of the two is quite similar. A rather restrained, dry cane fruit. But it is the body where there is a big difference. There is a rich, sweet depth of fruit that the Select doesn't quite have. Gentle 40% alcohol leads to a medium length, dry finish with an appealing gentle oakiness.

I can't help but think that this would be better bottled at 45% like many an American whiskey is.

But the test of a rum.....would I buy it again? With this one, while I wouldn't class it as one of my favourites, I probably would. Variety being the spice of life.

EDIT - I've come back to this 6 weeks after opening the bottle. Upped from a 7 to an 8. It might not be for purists, but I like it. The nose has the traits that you would expect from cane, and this is carried on to the front pallet. But then the oak takes over, and TBH it masks some of the delicacy of the cane. As my preferred style is a nice oaky molasses based rum, I think the strong oak enhances the rum. I have to say that I'm very much enjoying, and looking at the price, I think I will definitely be getting more. Still wish it would be stronger!!

Tim 🇨🇦 | 82 ratings
Posted almost 3 years ago

I had been skeptical that a rum from the mainland US of A could be a sipper -wrong! This is nice stuff with a faint aroma of pineapple and other tropical notes and a decent dry bite with a dry finish.

Stig Wolff 🇩🇰 | 167 ratings
Posted 4 months ago

Dette var rom nr. 2 til en dejlig aften sammen med Mads Heitmann fra
En dejlig rom hvor der er tydelige noter af sukkerrør og vanilje.

Piotr 🇵🇱 | 45 ratings
Posted 2 years ago

Never heard of this one earlier, bought to check and it turned out to be really great. Rich taste with caramel & chocolate accents - seriously good stuff :)

Pandur 🇦🇹 | 85 ratings
Posted over 1 year ago

Und das ist alles was man(n) wissen muss. Sehr gelungener Mix aus Whiskey und Rum - sehr gut geeignet für Kenner die auf beiden Wegen wandeln 😉

TY 🇦🇹 | 68 ratings
Posted almost 2 years ago

Dunkelgoldene Farbe.
Feinwürzige Nase, kein zu starker Alkoholgeruch.
Trocken, holzig, würzig. Kräftig im Geschmack. Zunächst etwas scharf. Rauchig!
Guter Körper. Mittellanger, warmer Abgang.

Gut und sauber. Untypisch verglichen mit den meisten bisher verkosteten Rums. Erinnert etwas an Whisky. Ein sehr guter Sipper.

Cc1781 🇵🇱 | 15 ratings
Posted 4 months ago

Dark color. Less sweet than bayou spiced. On my bottle it is written that it is aged in red wine barrels.

Michal Micko 🇨🇿 | 562 ratings
Posted almost 2 years ago

Good wooden aroma. Taste is not bad with oak, honey and pepper but not complex and short aftertaste.

Brand Details

Name: Special Release Single Barrel
Company: Bayou
Type: Dark
Distillation: Unknown