Distillerie du Simon HSE Parcellaire #1 Canne d‘Or (RX12336)
Introducing the HSE Parcellaire #1 Canne d‘Or, a 6-year-old rum hailing from Martinique's Distillerie du Simon. Crafted from sugar cane juice using a Creole Column and bottled at 45% ABV, this rum offers an enticing mix of aromas such as vanilla, sugarcane, young wood, Agricole, and red wine. Users have praised its complex and well-balanced flavors of sweet, grass, fruity, spice, and peppery notes. Highlighted for its exceptional value and gold medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, the HSE Parcellaire #1 Canne d‘Or is a must-try for rum connoisseurs and those seeking a unique and rewarding tasting experience.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of HSE Parcellaire #1 Canne d‘Or is based on 21 user reviews. We have compiled and summarized the community's tasting notes for you, to give you an impression of the aroma and taste of the rum:
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