Hampden Rumclub Private Selection HD 2000 Ed. 21 LROK (RX11106)
The Rumclub Private Selection HD 2000 Ed. 21 LROK is a limited release rum from Jamaica's Hampden distillery. It was distilled in 2000 and aged for 21 years before being bottled at cask strength with an ABV of 50%. Reviews describe it as having a mild, round flavor with well-integrated alcohol, tropical aging and ex-bourbon cask notes. It has fruity aromas and tastes of wood, chocolate, caramel and pineapple. Most find it to be a pleasant single cask for everyday drinking.
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About the Hampden distillery
The distillery Hampden is located in Jamaica. Rums from Hampden have been reviewed 6,767 times with an average of 85/100.
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Already 18 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 8.2 out of 10. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
Kevin Sorensen 🇩🇰
7 January 2023
Compared to the previous one you get far more with this release. Equally high quality, would have loved a higher ABV, but you get what you get 😊 Fruity with smoky wood and lovely spices. Oily and nicely warm on the palate and the empty glass is wonderful.
28 February 2022
Wow, first pour and the whole room smells like a fruit basket! The taste is a bit more tamed, but still has a lot going on. Quite creamy, a bit of wood and chocolate, fruit and Caramel. Definitely better than the Hampden 11 year LROK.
5 October 2022
I like it very much! Rather a round, mild Hampden with well-integrated alcohol.
1 May 2022
Second tasting: today the alcohol on the palate seems to me a bit disturbing overall also rather one-dimensional. This costs three points.Nose: there is another smell that I do not know of Hampden and for which I have no association, perhaps fruit bread.... The alcohol is very restrained.Mouth: unmistakably Hampden with overripe pineapple and esters and the other familiar markers. Finish: Continues with emphasis on the cask and dark chocolate.A very balanced Hampden, comparatively smooth with smooth transitions. I like!
17 December 2022
Typical HD "fermented fruit" nose but loses power relatively quickly over time. In the finish medicinal herbal notes that you have to like. In the mouth mainly pineapple and vanilla present on young wood.
19 March 2022
As many have already written. On the nose, typical Hampden with lots of tropical fruit and (albeit limited here) ester notes.On the palate, the rum is then the roundest Hampden I've had so far in the glass and this is exactly where its strength lies. Actually a single cask for every day, which brings a remarkable freshness.😄
25 December 2021
On the nose still relatively clear a Hampden, but already a sour buttery note with it!On the palate then surprisingly mild, thin and soft with light ester and pineapple note ... in addition, an aroma joins that is new to me and atypical (I describe it for me best with cardamom)The finish is pleasantly creamy / fuzzy with restrained herbal / herbal flavorsA very pleasant to drink Hampden, great
27 November 2021
in the other glass, the (Velier) Hampden LROK 2010/47%. However, the comparison is somewhat difficult. There are 10 years of tropical maturation white oak cask versus 21 years of continental maturation ex-bourbon cask. On the nose, I like the Hampden a bit better (a bit more 'floral'). On the palate, the Rumclub is ahead, the 3% more ABV is surprisingly quite noticeable; nice toasty notes come on the finish. The Rumclub doesn't have to hide behind the Hampden, and there is potential for extra points: The Lemke HD Cask Finish beer still comes the days to the tasting 🍺😉
18 February 2022
On the nose, typical Hampden notes. This seems very pleasant and round. This may also be due to the marrow (LROK), in which the ester notes discreetly come to the fore.On the palate, this impression continues. I don't find the 50% too thin. It results here a pleasant middle thing between too little percent and full on the twelve.Interesting I find only how here the 50% barrel strength after 21 years come about. Was here perhaps diluted before filling the barrel?