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Smith and Cross Traditional Jamaica Navy Strength rum

Smith and Cross Traditional Jamaica Navy Strength

Jamaica | Aged | 57% ABV | Pot Still

7.6/10
372 ratings
Recommendable to most
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372 Smith and Cross Traditional Jamaica Navy Strength Ratings

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Tomy πŸ‡·πŸ‡΄ | 439 ratings
Posted 8 years ago

Desi este un rom overproof am reusit sa-l beau on the rocks, cu greu dar am reusit. Are o aroma inconfundabila, total diferita de ce am baut pana acum. Nu persista ca alte romuri dar merita pentru originalitate.

Jacob Saaby Nielsen πŸ‡©πŸ‡° | 20 ratings
Posted 8 years ago

Could easily sip this. Good traditional jamaican, you can definitely feel it's navy strength. I have had better high ester jamaicans though.

YMHC πŸ‡³πŸ‡± | 162 ratings
Posted 8 years ago

Fles : 70cl met kurk
Kleur: licht bruin
Land: Jamaica
Abv: 57%

Deze rum is gedistilleerd op het Hampden Estate in Jamaica. Het is een blend van 6 maanden oude Wedderburn rum en 1,5 tot 3 jaar oude Plummer rum. Resultaat is een hele zware pot still rum met een compleze aroma.

Met deze kun je fantastische Daiquiri cocktails maken.

Russ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ | 85 ratings
Posted 8 years ago

I don't like overproof rum. I just don't get it. But, I have to say this rum offered more than just a hot burn and a fuel like after taste. This one is for a pina colada or something of that nature. I tried it in Coke and could not taste one hint of the soda except the bubbles! But with better than 151 or White overproof. There's actually a hint of a rum taste there, after the burning stops!

tim πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ | 57 ratings
Posted 8 years ago

Molasses and pineapple notes with buttery finish with hint of pineapple

Thomas Engelmann πŸ‡³πŸ‡΄ | 1 rating
Posted over 8 years ago

A bit too strong to sip neat, but absolutely fantastic in cocktails as the supporting actor (rum number 2). Try a classic Mai-Tai with Appleton 12 and top with Smith&Cross - I've never been to Jamaica, but I imagine this is what it tastes like!

Ramon πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ | 85 ratings
Posted over 8 years ago

I stumbled across this rum at a local seafood restaurant. It was not bad but not real special to my taste buds either. Not real strong on flavor, slight citrusy taste and maybe a bit oaky in the finish. I expected more from the way the bar tender talked it up.

2.ooohhh πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ | 42 ratings
Posted over 8 years ago

I find this stuff rather unpalatable by itself, but blend it in a tiki drink such as the "Beachcomber's Gold" and it brings the cocktail to life. (I've included my recipe below)

1oz Bacardi 8
1/4oz Appleton 12yr
1/4oz Smith & Cross
1/2oz simple syrup
6 drops St. George Absinthe Verte
4 drops almond extract
1/4 cup crushed Ice

Blend on high for no more than 5 seconds and strain into a chilled glass.(garnish to your liking)

Mr.B πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ | 70 ratings
Posted over 8 years ago

Highly aromatic, high esters pot still Jamaican rum. The smells and flavour are so funky and different what I have been used to. First Jamaican style tum so not sure if it is the norm. Bottled at navy strength so look forward in some cocktails as should hold up those distinct flavours.

Christophe πŸ‡«πŸ‡· | 10 ratings
Posted over 8 years ago

Although strong (57Β°) this rum is perfectly balanced beetween orange peels and cinnamon with a great woody finish... Sip neat or on ice... Not for children though :-)




Brand Details

Type: Aged
Company: Smith and Cross
Country: Jamaica
ABV: 57%
Name: Traditional Jamaica Navy Strength
Raw Material: Molasses
Process: Pure blend (1 distillery)
Distillation: Pot Still
Women Led: No

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