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When it first hits the tastebuds, it tastes kind of like burnt rubber. It’s not particularly smooth, but oddly enough, the aftertaste is fairly mellow and pleasant. Probably not one I would buy again, but it does fine as a mixer.
Rhum vieux agricole d'Haïti, titre : 40°.
Design : bouteille basique, bouchon à vis, le rhum a une couleur dorée.
Odeur : douce, vanille
Goût : attaque douce, puis amertume et alcool qui brûle la langue.
Finale : alcool et amertume.
1ère dégustation d'un rhum haïtien, un produit assez moyen.
This is basically a silver rum. It tastes very young and unrefined. There is a slight grassiness to it, like a rhum, but it's mostly a boozy vodka-like rum. Some oakiness rounds out the very light flavored, very boozy, very young rhum. Better for mixing than neat.
Glad to have a Haitian rum in my collection. This one is lovely and I've been able to use it in many different things - it plays well in a Mai Tai! :)
Not a lot to compare it to, but it wasn't horrible. Stronger cane flavor which I expected. Grassy, some funk.
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