Bielle Selected by Kirsch Whisky 2001 14yr 55,7%
The "Selected by Kirsch Whisky" rum from the Bielle distillery in Marie Galante is a truly special and limited release, with only 72 bottles produced. Distilled in 2001 using a Column Still and Sugar cane juice, this rum boasts an impressive 55.7% ABV and has been aged for 14 years. On the nose, it presents notes of cherry, honey, anise, floral, and woody aromas. The flavor profile is delightfully intense with licorice, caramelized, delicious, and honey notes. RumX users have praised its complexity, elegance, and expressiveness, with many highlighting its fruity nose, well-integrated alcohol, and long, satisfying finish. This rum is an exceptional experience for Agricole enthusiasts and rum connoisseurs alike.
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The "Selected by Kirsch Whisky Bielle" rum enchants with expressive notes of dark fruity cherry and cassis, balanced by distinct woody spice. This potent, complex blend also charms with traces of nougat, mint, and caramel, creating an enchanting, layered taste experience.
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