Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
At 114 it burns, but it's a sipable Overproof that is sweet.
Really nice to see how smotheer is the Jamaican 57,18 than the rest of the bunch of the same origin/style.
Nice job on the lightest esters by the iodic influence of the see transport.
A bold, 57% navy strength expression of classic Jamaica rum. Young and crisp, (four years in barrels, I think) but full of complex notes of banana, pineapple, cottonsedge and light oak. You could assume there is a cane juice presence in the mash, but it is still an unmistakably Jamaican rum, dominated by molasses.