Rum Shark Caroni 1991 30yr 62,9%
Introducing the Caroni 1991 Rum, a 30-year-old treasure from Trinidad's Caroni distillery, selected and bottled by Rum Shark at cask strength with an ABV of 62.9%. This remarkable rum carries a unique blend of aroma and flavor notes, with hints of vanilla, dark chocolate, and dried fruit on the nose, and rich caramelized, toasted vanilla flavors accompanied by dried fruit and black pepper. While some users find similarities to other rums, most agree that its long aging process has masterfully balanced the strong flavors and delivered a smooth, non-woody finish. Experience this distinctive and truly enjoyable Trinidad Overproof as it defies expectations and delights your senses.
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The 1991 Caroni Rum boasts a robust full flavor of dark chocolate and burned caramel, with a surprisingly lesser woodiness, despite its 30-year age. Though not a typical Caroni and carrying a potent first hit, it's an intriguing overproof rum for those appreciative of subtler garage notes.
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