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Edwin charley virtue rum

Edwin Charley Virtue rum is part of the Appleton Estate's Proprietor’s Collection, which is a series of four rums with individually numbered hand-blown Venetian glass bottles.

The Virtue rum is aged 15 years in a single oak barrel and its bottle includes an engraving of a barrel to represent the last in four steps of producing rum - the aging process.

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Obviously a display rum you keep on the bar for conversation. It's gorgeous. I found mine on one visit (and only one visit) to Grand Cayman. I nearly passed them up, imagining the beautiful bottles to just be a marketing ploy. But the $90 CI (maybe $110 US) proved well worth it for the quality inside. Smooth, but wakes up the whole tongue. Brown sugar primarily, crisp coffee-like (slightly bitter) long finish. Wish this wasn't so rare or I'd feel better about drinking it.

Expensive, but worth it. A friend in TCI recommended this and I'm glad I brought one back with me. Now, I wish I had the rest of the collection.

Very nice rum with a nice bottle but.... please give me minimum of a fifth to drink. (not a full fifth bottle) that aside, very good sipping rum, one of Appleton's best rum. I love the way Appleton keeps bringing out great new rums.

Only had an ounce of this once, but I can say it is nice and smooth with a nice aftertaste.