Plantation St. Lucia (The Nectar) 2007 14yr 60,2%
The Plantation St. Lucia (The Nectar) is a 14-year-old rum, originating from the Saint Lucia Distillers distillery and crafted by the independent bottler Maison Ferrand. Produced from molasses, it boasts a considerable ABV of 60.2%. Users appreciate its distinguished, complex profile, presenting notes of dried fruit, caramel, vanilla, chocolate, and spices in both aroma and flavor. The rum has been praised for its well-integrated alcohol content, with many reviews highlighting its smoothness and balance between sweetness, fruit, barrel, and spice notes. While bearing the characteristic traits of a St. Lucia rum, it also shares similarities with the Foursquare profile, offering a unique and enjoyable tasting experience.
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A robust and complex rum with a perfect balance of fruity caramel, spices, and aged wood notes. At 60.2%, the alcohol is impressively smooth. Its surprising sweetness and hints of chocolate make it a standout choice for enthusiasts.
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