Long Pond Swell & Co. Co-bottling series #4 ITP (RX12491)
Introducing the Swell & Co. Co-bottling Series #4 ITP, a unique rum from Jamaica's Long Pond distillery. Distilled in 2007 from molasses using a pot still and aged for 15 years, this limited release of 367 bottles has an impressive 68% ABV. With enticing notes of pastries, woody, banana, and fruitiness on the nose, and a taste profile involving vanilla, wood, spices, and tropical fruit, this rum boasts a well-balanced, complex flavor. Users have praised its powerful profile with tropical fruits and lingering warmth, making this rare release a must-try for rum enthusiasts.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Swell & Co. Co-bottling series #4 ITP is based on 54 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:
Swell & Co. Co-bottling series #4 ITP offers a unique, low-ester profile, blending tropical fruitiness with robust woodiness and warm spices. Well-balanced with an ABV of 68%, its complex yet approachable character evokes pleasant surprises in every glass.
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