Velier Providence Haitian Rum Blanc „Dunder & Syrup“ 2021 56%
Introducing the Providence Haitian Rum Blanc „Dunder & Syrup“, a unique and limited release from Distillerie de Port au Prince in Haiti, bottled by Velier. With only 1533 bottles available and a 56% ABV, this rum is produced using sugar cane juice and distilled in a Pot Still. The tasting notes offer a captivating blend of sugarcane, floral, meaty, and mango aromas along with flavors of sugarcane, spicy, overripe citrus, and smoky characteristics. Our RumX community members have enjoyed its complex, attention-grabbing flavors with a mix of fruity, vegetal, and subtle industrial traits. A must-try for those seeking an expressive and vibrant Haitian Pot Still rum experience.
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How does this rum taste?
A daring and funky Haitian rum with a rich, complex palate of toasted coconut, citrus, and a hint of vinegar. Its grassy, slightly industrial profile intrigues, offering a long, almond-tinged finish. Unconventional and not for the faint-hearted.
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