Hampden Jamacian Rum JHK DOK (RX10243)
The Jamaican Rum JHK DOK is a limited-edition release from the renowned Hampden distillery. Distilled in 2009 from molasses, this 12-year-old rum is bottled at cask strength with an ABV of 62.1%. It features unique aromas of fermented esters, glue, and marmalade, while pleasing the palate with notes of honey, spice, and sweetness. According to RumX users, this Hampden expression offers a captivating blend of ester-fueled flavors and a well-integrated alcohol content. Opinions may vary; some users enjoyed the honey and ester notes, while others missed the creamy vanilla and fruity elements they expect from a DOK-marked rum. This intriguing and mineral Hampden rum provides a distinctive tasting experience that is worth exploring.
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About the Hampden distillery
The distillery Hampden is located in Jamaica. Rums from Hampden have been reviewed 7,454 times with an average of 8.5/10.
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Already 14 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 8.5 out of 10. A total of 1 users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
17 February 2023
Very nice Hampden, although I would have expected a bit more ester in aDOK. Alcohol surprisingly well incorporated.
12 October 2021
Very ambivalent here since one may not actually believe that one is drinking a DOK here. The nose is good but not intense. The taste is a lot of honey until the finish with ester notes that remain very much in the background. You could also be really bad and write Don Papa on ester, but then it is not quite so bad.
21 March 2022
Here I had expected much more... strangely, you taste here the 3 years more in the barrel not great out in contrast to the known 2009 DOKs. Unfortunately, both on the nose and in the taste quite exhausting, cutting and pungent alcoholic, almost reminiscent of vinegar. I miss the nice pastry sweetness here, the vanilla cream, all the yellow fruit and generally the fruitiness is barely present here. For me, unfortunately, an overall somewhat disappointing DOK.🤷🏼♂️
6 September 2021
I miss a little the creamy-buttery notes.
23 December 2021
incredibly mineral and austere Hampden.
26 April 2023
Sour ester, the grilled pineapple. For nen DOK rather the tamer category. Age has sanded down the edges a bit. The sour note is interesting.