Distilia Enmore The Golden Age of Piracy Anney Distilia 1992 29yr 58,1%
Introducing the "The Golden Age of Piracy Anney Distilia", a delectable 29-year-old rum from Guyana, produced at the Enmore distillery and bottled by the independent bottler Distilia. With only 250 bottles available in this limited release, this cask strength rum, at 58.1% ABV, boasts a diverse flavor profile. In terms of aroma, expect notes of leather, tobacco, barrel, chocolate, and coffee. On the palate, you'll be delighted with the flavors of leather, tobacco, licorice, roasted notes, and chocolate. Rum enthusiasts have praised this rum for its well-balanced character, featuring intense complexity and a wonderful finish. Don't miss the chance to experience this marvelous Demerara rum.
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The Golden Age of Piracy Anney Distilia" rum provides a robust experience of deep, dark fruity and earthy flavors. Users praise its well-integrated alcohol, hints of dried fruit and tobacco, and luxurious notes of leather, coffee, and spices. Its finish is long and satisfying.
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