Barikenn DDL Guyana Diamond VSG 2012 10yr 62,3%
The Guyana Diamond VSG is a 10-year-old rum from Guyana, crafted at the Demerara Distillers Ltd distillery and bottled by independent bottler Barikenn. Distilled in 2012 from molasses with a Single Wooden Pot Still, it boasts an ABV of 62.3% and is marked VSG. This limited release consists of only 186 bottles. Users appreciate its woody and spicy aroma with notes of apricot and herbs, while the flavor profile includes woodiness, strength, vanilla, peppery, and milk chocolate notes. Palates have detected a harmonious balance of fruits and spices, a pleasantly creamy mouthfeel, and a diverse range of aromas making it an enjoyable rum experience for many.
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This Guyanese "Guyana Diamond VSG" rum offers a rich narrative of flavors, spanning fruity aromas of peach, apple, and lemon to vanilla and wood undertones. Though slightly strong, it exhibits an unexpected complexity that consistently surprises, effectively balancing spice, wood, and an alluring fruit profile.
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