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The Caymans is where I had my first quality rums not mixed with coke. I enjoyed them so well I have started searching for the best rums available. This isn't it. Not bad and not hard to drink straight, but just nothing stands out with this one.
One of the easiest rums you can ever drink not much to it for taste or knows we're on the pallet I really don't know what to say
light, not complex, but very smooth. Almost no flavour to speak of. Nothing going on. Will have to try it with some coke.
My wife bought me a bottle of this for Christmas. It is very tasty straight up. I like the barrel aging under the sea. It is very unique. A great sipping rum, but not cheap.
I like that it seems that no sugar has been added so that's a plus. It's also a nice interesting story on how it's made. A pretty good sipper that goes down fairly well but nothing that makes it stand out.
This is a nice rum. Very mellow over the tongue. Not too sweet and little after yaste
Good for sipping but not extraordinary by any means.
This rum was smooth but really didn't have any character to it. Would be worth adding a bottle to the collection just for the story behind it
Surprising taste, good for a whisky lovers transition, no signs of added sugar, almost a 7 but not a typical rhum taste, easy sipping, short aftertaste
It’s a little lighter in color but it had a good smell to it and it certainly tasted well straight. I don’t think it is aged long enough to give it a higher rating but if I see it on the menu again I would order it.
This is a grid rum, but not what I would consider a super premium rum. It has a little bite at first sip then mellows as it goes down.
Interessante Lagerung dieses Rums, sieben Faden tief.
In der Nase (nach sehr langer Zeit im Glas), rauchig salziges Feigenmuss durchzogen mit Granatapfel/Johannisbeeren Gelee dekoriert mit frisch geschälten Mandarinen. Sehr angenehm und mild.
Im Gaumen wird die Zunge von scharfem Karamell gepeitscht und zugleich von blumigen Fruchtnoten umgarnt.
Im Abgang da tauchen die Aromen im pfeffrigen, salzigen und rauchigen Wasser ab.
Ein Rum der durch seine Lagerung etwas spezielles ist. Ob der Preis gerechtfertigt ist sei dahingestellt.
Interesting storage of this rum, seven fathoms deep.
In the nose (after a very long period of time in the glass), smoky salty fig-like sauce with pomegranate / currant jelly decorated with freshly peeled tangerines. Very pleasant and mild.
In the palate, the tongue is whipped by sharp caramel and surrounded by flowery fruit notesat at the same time.
In the finish, the aromas dives in the peppery salty and smoky water away.
A rum that is something special due to its storage. Whether the price is justified remains to be seen.
Nice, but nothing too exciting, the only thing I can remember is it's quite smooth
Seven Fathoms Premium rum is the only rum I have tasted coming from the lovely Cayman Islands, so there is a lot of potential, but what a disappointment. The taste is pure alcohol and the burn is so strong that even Coke does not mask it. What a lovely island and what a nasty liquid inside the bottle.
It's an average young rum but it's different of others. I found out that this rum is kept underwater to age, due to the pressure etc. it is a different way as high above...and also..cayman islands...who knew they made rums too? it's a good addition in the collection and tell the story of it but thats it and i'd sip other rums instead
Near impossible to get her in Virginia , but one of my favorites while in the Cayman , the distill process of storing the rum in barrel under water gives it a unique oak flavor .
I actually tried Seven Fathoms Premium at a restaurant here in Michigan. I was really expecting great things from this Rum, as I have seen it on my past visits to Grand Cayman, but found it a bit harsh on the swallow. I am a Zaya Grand Reserva guy, so I do tend to compare many of the great Rums against Zaya, and Zaya always wins. Having said that, I think that this is an admirable effort from a young, newer Cayman Islands company, and as they gain more time under their belts in the years ahead, I would think that they will come out with more Aged rums. Until then, for me, this is a solid mixing rum, with good depth, a bit smokey, but not one that I would enjoy neat or with an ice cube at this time. Not yet anyway.
Pretty much just tourist rum. The poster child for soul less small company commercial rum.