Published by The Rumlab ago
One of my go-to rums, definitely worth trying if you haven't already. Features fragrant sweet notes of vanilla, molasses and fruit, without any added sugar.
Good for drinking on the rocks or mixed with coke. If you're looking for an easy low-price rum, this one is an easy choice.
Has notes of spices and sweetness, all of which is overpowered by its harshness. You're better off buying Captain Morgan Black Spiced.
This tastes like what kraken should taste like. Doesn't have any overpowering spices and is great for mixing with coke. Too strong to have on its own.
Drinks very similar to a whiskey, and is best enjoyed on the rocks. At it's price it's not something I'd buy often, but it's absolutely worth trying.
This is pretty good for a spiced rum, but the only noticeable flavour is vanilla. Great for making vanilla rum and cokes.
Has a similar taste to other rums at its price point, such as Appleton's 8-year. I wouldn't go out of my way to get it, but it's worth trying.
This is definitely a tasty rum, but the difference between the Appleton 15-year and 12-year is too marginal to be worth the extra $30.
Has a spice profile similar to the Appleton 8-year, but still not quite as good. It's worth the try, but you can definitely find a better rum.
This is one of the best 8-year aged rums I've tried so far and is definitely worth the price. If you can, it's still worth spending the few extra bucks for the 12-year Appleton.
Banana and elixir, not exactly a fabulous combination for me now. But surprisingly this is a reasonably good rum. One of these that vanishes like crazy when brought to the party. I remember to like more taste than actual smell. It's also not as sweet as Tripulante, Coro Coro or Legendario which is a bright side for me.
For me this is a prime sample of late finisher. Didn't much like its strongly cherry or similar fruit tones and lack of sweetness in the beginning but really started to like it in the end. Reminds me of the lineup of Angostura rums from Trinidad but is maybe less rounded. Overall happy experience, I tend to like "fruity" aroma and taste in my rums.
I find this one extremely spicy and with rather ugly aftertaste. Didn't much like the smell as well. I like the bottle... less the taste. Marama from Fiji is similar but I'd say better.
Tasted bittery, smokey and harsh to me, coffee, tobacco or similar tones. Can't really much remember the smell. I remember most of my friends to dislike it as well :)
Described as 'smokey' by some of the colleagues here. I think it perfectly fits. Not my fav but good quality drink indeed. I just more prefer rounded taste, sweeter rums with really specific character and this one is lil bit forgettable.
I've once had two of them, once I gave (with success) and second I sipped here and there. Can't really say anything bad about but it is too forgettable and average. Could be sweeter, too. Price +- adequate to a cask quality but don't quite match the TASTE. I am however open to taste more K&S's in the future.
There is no interesting taste, no charisma, no nothing, overall bittery and feels ethanol-like, totally lacks the sought after charisma of premium rums
Usually disappears from the table quickly at the party. Has various sweet tones. Not really a serious rum material.
Published by The Rumlab ago
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