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Très bon rhum à prendre sur glace. Bon goût avec une belle finale!


Alkohol: 42 %
Původ: Grenada
Aroma: Ostřejší typ vůně, aroma je pikantně štiplavé, s medovou sladkostí, přezrálým ovocem, vanilkou a jen lehkým dotekem dřeva. Výrazná je tu kořenitost, pak kakao, čokoláda, ostrá lakovost. Dál se dá najít sušený banán. Zajímavý mix vůní, který mě zaujal. (90 b)
Chuť: Ve vůni byl sice ostřejší, ale na jazyku je překvapivě uhlazený. Sladkost asi 1/3. Vanilka, čokoláda, med, dub, v dochuti pak trochu vystrčí růžky hřebíček. V chuti trochu postrádá živost, kterou má ve vůni. (86 b)
Body: 88
Shrnutí: Ochutnal jsem díky českolipskému podniku Kavárna/bar Kocour, kde jsem zakoupil 60 ml vzorky pro další společnou degustaci v Hořicích u josého. Solidní pití, které rozhodně nezklamalo, ale body nahoru zde táhla spíš vůně, než chuť. Z pěti ochutnaných rumů skončil tento v tvrdé konkurenci na 4. místě.


Chouette découverte . Arômes complexes ( muscade, boisé et un peu minéral ). Belle longueur en bouche.


Light and delicate british colony style rum. Light but still aromatic, good sipper. Aftertaste lets a taste of soap in my mouth (and my glass was clean!!). Good one but you can find better, even in the Plantation range.


Très bon rhum à prendre sur glace en bonne compagnie. Bon goût avec une belle finale!


One of the best plantation sippers i have tried, something in it remindes me of an agricole. Would definetly buy agan.


From the information I gathered, this rum was originally distilled in Trinidad (a swim away) and than aged in ex-bourbon casks in Grenada. This would mean it was distilled by Angostura in modern column stills.
Only thing we are certain is that the final step was the famous Plantation/ Maison Ferrand double aging process.
It is quite a light spirit, and the citrus notes are a good hint on its origin. This is a true Spanish style rum or Ron.
The nose is complex and the overall experience deserves an appropriate tulip shape tasting glass. I find myself nosing it for quite a time.
The finish is quite long and equally complex, with an unexpected thyme and herbes de provence note. We are entering mediation stuff territory.
I was recently told by the agency importing it in Quebec that this would be the last Grenada vintage for the Plantation range.
I bought another bottle.


Good sipper. Taste: harmonious, hints of jasmine and exotic fruits.
Finish: Long lasting.


This is a really good rum. My only problem with it is that it doesn't stand out in any way. Good, sweet with a little oak, some dried fruit and a hint of chocolate. But I wouldn't be able to tell it apart from a lot of other rums in a blind taste.


Smooth sipper with quiet long aftertaste recommended for most drinkers.







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