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The sherry finish may smoothen out the typical "Rockley still" pine-sap and tar a bit, as does the 26 years of sitting in a cask (earlier younger versions were more intense), but it also blends in some finesse and smoothness and rich wine tones. A fine bottling of a great Bajan Rum.
A mahogany color that pulls towards the leather. The nose is woody with nuts but also candied fruits with prunes. There are notes of leather, tobacco and wax. Subtle notes of cocoa bean and rancid.
In the mouth, this rum is very sweet, it sticks well to the palate with always woody notes and also mineral or even saline. Very complex, superb rum that takes time to fully appreciate it.