Hampden Golden Devil (K&L Wines) (RX10991)
The "Golden Devil (K&L Wines)" was produced in Jamaica at the Hampden distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Hunter Laing. It was distilled in 1993 from Molasses with a Pot Still and then aged for 27 years. The rum has an ABV of 64,8%. This is a limited release and there are only 262 bottles.
6 community members rated this rum with an average of 9.4/10. The rum smells like Overripe, Funky and Warm, and on the palate there is Platsic, Passion fruit and Meaty.
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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 6 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 9.4 out of 10. A total of 5 users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
10 December 2022
What a pleasant and intense experience! This rum is crisp, bold, and surprising with each sip. It is light in both color and wood notes, considering it’s been in the cask for 19 years, but if you’re looking for funky rums, this is it! This rum brings lots of fruit, funk, and there’s everything you would expect from a high ester rum of this caliber.
10 December 2022
An “experience” rum. Lots of hot bold flavor with a great nose. I get lots of warm fruit, a little plastic and funk, but in a very good way. My mouth is still watering. Adding this to any drink or even to kick up another sipping rum has been a delight. The nose has immensely sweet and fruity notes with a hint of jalapeño jam. Then the palate hits with funky fruit notes and the barest hint of smoked bacon. Fantastic.
17 February 2023
NOSE: latex paint, nail polish, fiberglass & resin, w/ green olive... then nutmeg & overripe tropical fruit. Earthy wet mud note, putrid garbage & musty gym bag. The occasional whiff of something candy-sweet. PALATE: WOW. So bright! Sweet/sour fruit explosion!! More green olives, with kiwi, tropical fruit candy (tropical Mike & Ikes! banana Runts!), brine. Some subtle wood tannin underlying it all. FINISH: sweet/sour fruit, lemon custard, sour yogurt. Diesel & neoprene waft over, and a cooling menthol sensation dances with the sweet fruit candy. OVERALL: this is fun! Vibrant, sour, sweet, briny, funky, fresh. The sour fruit candy notes are intense, and fairly dominant. It’s certainly novel, but it lacks balance- an effective counterpoint to the carnival of flavors. SCORE: 85/100