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Crusoe Silver rum, a column-distilled, molasses-based rum that’s fermented with white wine yeast and bottled unaged at 80 proof. No added colors or sweeteners.via American Rum Report
3.5 on my scale. Not good straight. Not good mixed. Described as a combination of an Agricole and traditional rum. Seems to have gotten the worst of both. For the price, a disappointment. Though for every bottle purchased a tree is planted.
Enjoyed a bottle of Crusoe Silver Rum on a sunny Saturday. A bit childish and boring bottle and label design. Strong alcohol and mild oak to the nose and palate when neat sipped. Strong and dry burn at the end. Definitely much better when mixed with your favorite soda.
Great surprise. I tried this rum in Barcelona with initial scepticism but was happily surprise to find this very well made white rum. So good that it is perfect to be sipped on its own.
Nice light bodied rum, slight citrus and oak flavor. Nothing really jumps out at you, but the story makes it better. If you want to go organic, this is supposed to be the stuff. It made me feel
better about myself and the earth with every sip.
White rum, 40%, good amount of low wines resulting in a rum high in esters and residual cogeners. Smooth but with some initial heat, does not evaporate quickly and leaves a pleasant, taste not unlike a Caraca rum.
Bottle Smell: Cane, earthy, alcohol.
Glass: Ethanol burns off leaving you with a good earthy scent of cane spirit.
Taste: Not hot due to a good level of oils letting you enjoy the flavor of an earthy rum that tastes of unfiltered, unprocessed evaporated cane juice.
This rum was a complete surprise as it easily passes for a Cachaca rum and I truly enjoyed it.