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Master Reserve 30-Year
Deep mahogany color. Old oak over dark fruit followed by dark caramel and vanilla. Echoes of sherry and bourbon. Long balanced finish. Bottle number
I can appreciate. WOW
If I were a coffee drinker it would be perfect. Thus the 9. Neat: Wonderful vanilla toffee with hint of cinnamon. Some butterscotch. A hint of coffe
Tastes ok but where’s the finesse?
Talk about wild ratings. Love/hate. The thing for me is a few notes that taste fine but I get no depth. It’s OK but i’m not telling my friends they go
Splits the middle
Not to sweet but sweet. Drives down the middle. Drinking in a bar. I’m adding to my collection. More later.
If you get a navy ration pray for this.
Overproof goodness. The alcohol burn is mild. You can drink it neat and feel the raw or cube or water it and the burn becomes a wisper. Airing let’s t
XO 20th Anniversary
First. Found for $42. Neat : Aromatherapy in a bottle. toasted coconut followed by maple,vanilla. Mellow burn. A 9 on my book.
1703 Old Cask
Remember what it is not
Not sugared. The sweet is is is the age. So the flavors are long lasting and the finish is fat. Others tasting notes describe the profile. I respect
This is remarkable. There is a harmonious flavor note you have to tease apart to find it’s components. Caramel, Oak, almonds, hint of vanilla, cacao.
118 reasons to like!
WOW. How 118 proof is as smooth as it is, is beyond me. Spicy. Hint of vanilla and chocolate. Worthy for my bar.
There are so many better sipping and mixing rums. This is their gold. This is flat notes with a little aroma. Buy Plantation 25th anniversary. For
Botucal Reserva Exclusiva
It is what it is, but good
Neat: nose is molasses/vanilla. No burn. Aromatic taste as weird as that sounds. Definite chocolate notes. Vanilla. Definitely grows on you. Worth ha
Flor de Cana
Has it right but missing the magic
Some what bitter molasses/vanilla notes with slight burn. OAK. I prefer Zara Master 21 for my middle of the taste road rum.
Ron Del Barrilito
Best Puerto Rico rum?
It has all the flavor notes and gets to third base. Molasses,some pepper oak, touch of sherry, almond/orange. Dry and no added sweetness. When in Pue
Smoke on Spice
When you want a variation. Aged in double charred American oak casks. The bite is too much for some. It does have some leather and tobacco overtones f
23 Black Label
A very nice rum
Neat it has a very light burn with very nice aromas of butterscotch, a little leather and pepper spice. I enjoyed at a local premium bar at a premium
For $30 less I like it
Found on sale for $71. bottled in 2015. It takes a while sipping to tease out the complexity. Traces of fig, honey, dark sugar (without being to swee
If you must be infused this is it
5 years in a bourbon cask in Panama. Blended with cacao by a master blender. The bottle states: To be sipped and savored, mixed, neat or on the rocks
Master Reserve 21
For less than $50 a really good rum for brown liquor drinkers or anyone else
First and foremost, a quality sipping rum without too much sweet or burn. Second, their is a hint of cinnamon that is interesting. Third, I agree for
Goes up and down
Some will not like neat but I like the flavor profile, which is dry, oaky, and slightly spicy. It has a sweetness and a caramel nose. If I was taking
Silver Rum from Louisiana
Interesting rum in a pretty bottle. Ran into this in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana restaurant. Neat it has a fermented cane,vanilla nose and taste with a
Try the small bottle first
In the $16 range and a mixer for sure. Pale Anejo with no strong notes to recommend it otherwise.
Original Spiced Gold
If received as a gift, gift it back
As noted in most reviews not much good to say except it has great name recognition. For $15 there are a lot of options. Vanilla and other stuff. If mi
2014 bottle 524. Sweet but has character.
Paid $83 US. Neat: nose is light leather/tobacco with vanilla cooked maple. I’m fighting the sweet dry battle. This is a good sweet because it has no
Rum from St. Louis Missouri
Made by a craft distilling company in St Louis that also makes whiskey and gin. Found in a local bar. Rum is a dark gold. Neat: alcohol on front overs
I want to like it
The bottle notes say balanced blend of caramel sweetness & oak with a warm buttery finish. Some of each is in this light orange rum but it doesn’t del
Smooth Spice but ......
As the ratings show there is a lot of differing opinion on this rum. It claims it is based on 16th century local recipes. Neat it has no burn with to
It’s the dark to the stormy
Used Myers dark rum for years for mixer until my first dark and stormy in Key West. Still like Myers but this makes the dark and stormy especially if
Kirk and Sweeney
Cool Vanilla Beans
Vanilla, then caramel, then oak in a smooth rum with a mild bite. My favorite of this genre and one of my first reaches to sip neat.
If you don’t like Black Seal this will probably fit
Have used this as a mixer rum for 40 years starting back when rum fruit drinks were king and I was a teen. My recommendation is stack this as your mix
Maple sweet on sweet
Smooth maple overwhelms. Few other notes make it out. Too sweet for me. Just right for others.
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