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I’m not sure how anyone could rate thus rum high. It just does not work for me nor does the 5 star 8 year. A hot alcohol mess.
For just a few dollars more you can get the much better 5-star 8-year-old version. This 3-star rum is 4 years old, and has a very thin, grassy taste. I used to put it in Mai-Tais along with a dark Jamaican, but there are so many better-tasting, aged agricoles out there. Not a terrible rum, just really unnecessary.
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.
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