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The Scarlet Ibis Gold is a rum produced by Trinidad Distillers Limited. Aged for a minimum of 5 years, it is a blend of rums from Trinidad and Tobago, distilled using column stills and aged in ex-bourbon casks. The ABV is 43%. Trinidad Distillers Limited has been producing rum since 1949 and is located in the heart of Laventille, Trinidad.
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Enjoyed a bottle of The Scarlet Ibis Rum while in San Francisco. Unique bottle and label design. Golden color. Plenty of pepper, spices and some tropical fruits to your nose and palate. Surprisingly strong burn at the end being such a dry rum. Unique for sure. Not my cup of tea though.
Not a highlight of my night, a bit rough for the list.
Remember not everyone's tastings are the same. I rated this low because I couldn't get any real flavors from it.
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"On the tip of the tongue, there are notes of lavender and honey..."
"The Scarlet Ibis rum review from Okole Maluna"
The nose is quite light. .
"It is quite dry. The sweetness doesn’t last long on the tongue before being taken over by the more latin notes."
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Disappointed 4 out of 10
Not to be had alone, it’s ok in cocktails but all the promise of interesting aromas leads to disappointment when actually drinking it. Color is nice, aromas are complex with vanilla as the lead, but it never comes through on the palate. Unwanted grassiness and imbalance are the primary attributes. I really wanted to like it.