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Appleton Estate Reserve Rum is a blend of 20 different rums of varying ages, the youngest of which is aged eight years in used Jack Daniels whiskey barrels.
This rum is produced in the Nassau Valley of Jamaica on the Appleton Estate from locally sourced sugar cane and limestone-filtered water.
Not the best rum in the Appleton family... The scent is nice but the taste en finish do not keep up to the promising scent. Therefore good in the mix with coke
A nice amber colour on the darker side. Notes of citrus and carmel. A step up from VX. Great over ice without mix so one can enjoy the complexity of flavour.
Good nose for a mild spicy rum. Not bad in mouth, a bit too peppery for me. Some good notes of honey and cinnamon. Hot smoky ending.
Very nice in the nose. round nice taste, use it pure or mixed always a pleasure
This is what I would consider as the mainstay of Appleton bar rums. Good for mixing, but I would not try this as a sipping rum. I had no regrets using this in mixed drinks. It's a dry rum that blends well with whatever you put in the glass.
Been to Jamaica 3 times, they always serve Appleton and I usually bring a bottle or 2 home. It is a fine rum and makes me think of the island.
Still a great um though! Can't beat the price for the quality you're getting off the shelf.
an ok rum at a lower price point for mixing not one of my favorite appletons
I always think of trips to Jamaica and love the spice of this rum in a tasty holiday wassail. It's also great with juice or alone. Always consistently bold and flavorful.
La mejor relacion de precio calidad muy barato y bueno
One of my favorite Jamaica rums. Love the color and aroma. Distinctive taste straight or mixed.
Bottle from Jamaica. Poured over a ice cube. Aroma of dried orange peel, clove and burnt sugar. Has that Jamaican pot still funk on the nose. Taste of heat from the alcohol, with molasses and dried orange peel on the pallet. The nose is prettier then the taste. All and all a great mixer but not bad for a sipper.
Nothing spectacular about this rum. Don't get me wrong, it's not bad but it's just not good either. The aroma is slightly astringent with hints of spiced, vanilla and possibly cocoa. The taste is very warm and astringent with hints of spice, nutmeg and vanilla. Second taste is the same but I do pick up a citrus note as well. I am disappointed this rum wasn't as good.
En fin rom lidt kraftig i det. God til drinks.....
This is definitely a step up from the V/X for a nominal price increase.
Smooth and balanced. A little suger and some wood but not to much of either. There is an unusual earthy taste that is hard to place.
À venir prochainement.............................
This is another must try. No, it's not as good as the 12 but its still a top notch rum.
I have drank this often and find this blend to be on top of its game. Its really easy to drink and does not need much time to open up as similar rums in this segment.
I bought this bottle because i could not find Saint James rhum after moving from Texas to another state.
Spicy, peppery, burned carbonized onion taste. I wanted to throw the whole bottle away on first taste. I kept the bottle a few months disliking it each time. It has a coarse and chemical taste. I ended throwing the whole bottle in the trash.
Not as smooth as the 12 year but better than the vx this one is perfect for a Tiki cocktail or on the rocks. Orange peel, crystal clear spring water and a bourbon-like aftertaste make this rum perfect for an introduction to Jamaican rum perfection...without breaking the bank.
Bought some of this in Florida, and didn't get to finish the bottle. Pretty good value, as it is the least expensive on the Appleton menu. I drank it on the rocks which may have toned down the flavor of vanilla.
Deze heb ik kunnen kopen toen ik in jamaica was een super lekkere rum en gewoon weg heerlijk met cola beter dan de 12 j aanrader
but not as good as the delicious Appleton Estate 12-year old, and actually not even all that different from the V/X, so not worth even bothering to try if you're looking to taste something unique. As per usual, I wouldn't turn it down, but I wouldn't make a special request for it, either.