Nine Leaves Angel‘s Half American Oak Cask 3yr 50%
Introducing the Angel's Half American Oak Cask, a unique Japanese rum produced at the renowned Nine Leaves distillery. Distilled with a Pot Still from Molasses, this 3-year-old rum boasts an ABV of 50%. Our RumX users appreciate its distinctive and delicious flavor profile, marked by notes of grapes, hay, vanilla, plum, and sugarcane. On the palate, you'll experience a blend of vanilla, plum, spiciness, and red fruits. With its exceptional aroma and taste profile, the Angel's Half American Oak Cask is an enjoyable sipper that appeals to a wide range of rum aficionados, earning a reputation for its solid quality and distinct character.
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How does this rum taste?
The "Angel's Half American Oak Cask" rum offers an intriguing blend of freshness and complexity. This 3-year-old Japanese rum is characterized by minty, citrus, vanilla, and almond notes along with a hint of earthiness. Unique, slightly whiskey-leaning, yet versatile for broader enjoyment.
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