Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
This was my drink when I was 19. Mixed with Ginger Ale.
This is one that I accept from neighbours for plowing the driveway and doing good dreads
I have drank & enjoyed Lamb's Palm Breeze straight up with a coke chaser or mixed 50/50 with coke (not pepsi) for aprox. 25 years. (1 - litre per week average). Recently the labelling has changed to ALFRED LAMB'S & the taste has gone down from a - 9-/-10 - to a 1-/-2 rating. I have bought the new " blend" on 2 seperate times & at different locations - 1 in Saskatchewan & 1 in BC. Five of my friends have sampled it & they all agreed that the taste is very - very poor. Both bottles were returned to the Government liquor store for a refund. I am very dissapointed in the new taste & am going to change to a different brand. If Lambs changes back to the original taste, please notify Me., or send Me some. - - Don. G.
Anyone who drinks rum and coke in my community simple asks for Lambs and Coke (and/or more likely Pepsi or Diet Pepsi). I have heard but never heard it confirmed that we are one of the only places in the world that Pepsi outsells Coke. So no joke but if you go to a bar and ask for Lambs and Coke it is assumed you really want Lambs and Pepsi and will get that even if you wanted Coke. Just because it is the most popular rum doesn't make it great. I was never fond of this drink but my wife and friends were raised on this one. Most have stepped up to a spiced rum such as Kraken but I still usually keep this on the shelf. Currently, it has been replaced with an 8 Year Old El Dorado which seems to keep them happy.
Not bad for a cheap one but won't find it in my bar.
Smooth and easy-drinking amber rum that goes quite nicely in 7-Up or ginger-ale and ice. Simple but enjoyable with light hints of butterscotch flavor and mild spiciness that's not overwhelming. Very flexible in its uses.
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A very pale amber, perhaps a bit of colour added to the white variety? Smooth, not raw, no real decernable notes, slightly medicinal.
Evaluated neat, but destined to be mixed with cola henceforth. Lowest cost rum (amber) in this area as sold by BCLCB.
Popular in my region. Just drinkable in a pinch. The best of the worst. Mediocre.
Shot and beer chaser. That is about it.