Ressemble très fort au bielle mais avec des arômes plus fondus et complexes dû a la distillation en alambic bain marie (type Muller) au lieu de la colonne créole. Le bielle de l'exigeant. La différence de prix ne se justifie pas cependant.
Meme di je prefere les fhums vieux celui ci vaut le detour.son nez est de la pure canne a sucre.En gout on retrouve cette canne le fruit exotique.mais durtout malgre ses 56 degres il est le plus doux que j ai goute.plus on en boit et plus on a envie d y revenir.superbe.note 8.8.superbe en ti punch ou seul avec glace.
This is probably the best white rhum in the world.
You cana smell all kind of dried tropical fruit, a very present banana, and spices and sugar itself.
This is what you should expect from a no-wood great agricole.
Eh, unless you like Rhum
25 Aug '14
I had Capovilla at a rum tasting a few months ago. The best white rhum (French West Indies) I've had so far, but really that's not saying much. It was smooth and you could taste a hint of sweetness. I drink it straight up, so I can't really say much about it's cocktail diversity. It seems like it would be a good after dinner drink to complement with a nice dessert.
At $100 a pop, don't go out there buying a bottle unless you like rhum (or grappa for that matter because it taste similiar), but do go somewhere to taste it, you may be quite surprised like me.