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Almost perfect vanilla
Yes it’s vanilla, but it’s an excellent blend with just the right burn and just the right mouthfeel. I enjoyed this one so much it was gone before any
9 on a technicality
I loved this rum, a perfect balance of scotch-like oak and rum sweetness. Very smooth, not overly dry. It’s simple, almost half scotch, half cane flav
Excellence in core function
Excellent as an agricole, seeet with a little banana, and balance of alcohol to flavor. It’s no-frills tho, so if you’re looking for more then this is
Picked this one up in a mini just to try and was pleasantly surprised. Nose of brown sugar, flavors of maple and oak. Middle of the road mouthfeel. N
This one starts out a bit heavy on the alcohol, including in the nose. But the finish is rich with balanced syrup, sweetness, oak, a touch of vanilla,
Vanilla, not super smooth, but quality
Has a moderate amount of vanilla so as to maintain its rum character. Definitely a sipper rather than a mixer. Not very smooth but balanced mouthfeel.
Sweet, not complex
If you want a sweet rum that’s not too sweet, this is perfect. It’s also smooth with a good nose. As a trade off, it’s not very complex, especially fo
Mutineers Gold XO Special Reserve
Scotch or bourbon drinker‘s delight
I wasn’t expecting much from this bottom-shelf find I picked up just because of its more exotic country of origin, and when I opened the bottle at fir
Very good, a little syrupy
Overall good, nice strength without being overwhelming. Clear and present coconut flavor, and I like that the thick nature can help sub for cream of c
Mixes well but not sippable
This rum is well spiced to the sweet side and I can see why some folks really like it. But I just can’t give a higher rating to anything that cannot s
Balanced oak and smoke but watery
Title says it all. Good underlying flavor of smokiness and oak barrels, actually very good, with just the right sweetness. But, it’s very watery with
Meant for painkillers
The Pusser’s Painkiller is a wonderful thing, and this is perfect for its own recipe. Yeah, it can be sipped, but I find the flavor overpowered by the
Too dry with the citrus
Has a good flavor overall but the citrus is too heavily grapefruit for me. I actually don’t think it’s overpriced if you like a citrusy agricole style
Can’t drink it neat
Picked this one up on an end of bin clearance to try my first anything from Haiti. High-end mixer, yes, but can’t drink it straight up. Nose is comple
It’s something but it’s not rum
This is a unique spirit. It has the color and smell of rum with some sweetness, but it’s not smooth and becomes overpowered by pepper/spice. It’s also
Does the trick for mixers
I like using this as a sub for an ounce of pineapple juice in almost any cocktail. But it doesn’t taste like rum and is indeed too sweet for any other
It’s Malibu, what do you want?
Absolutely perfect for your guests who want booze without tasting it in a fruity drink. Not a serious rum, but that doesn’t make it an awful product.
Really oaky, smokey, etc. Lots of awesome aged bourbon flavor, not so much on the rum at all.
XO Batch 002
Had Batch 002. I found it absolutely overwhelmingly flavored by the barrels and citrus peel, specifically undesirable grapefruit, masking the supposed
At least it’s unique
This doesn’t taste like rum or even agricole to me. Supremely earthy and only usable in a well mixed painkiller.
Ok if drowned out
Nothing more to say except it’s only useful as an alcohol adder that won’t ruin your drink if it’s drowned out by everything else.
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