Swell de Spirits DDL Flashback series #3 ABV 1995 53,4%
Flashback series #3 ABV is a unique rum produced in Guyana at the Demerara Distillers Ltd distillery, selected and bottled by the independent bottler Swell de Spirits. Distilled in 1995 from molasses using a Double Wooden Pot Still, this limited release has only 240 bottles at a cask strength of 53.4% ABV. RumX users have praised its pleasant and subtle Uitvlugt character, with a fragrant and fruity nose boasting notes of eucalyptus, nutty, cereal, smoky, and buttery. The flavor profile includes oak, brown sugar, smoky, mango, and passion fruit, making it an intriguing and well-rounded rum. Some users noted its unusual freshness and palate dominated by a pleasant citrus touch. A truly exceptional rum for enthusiasts and collectors alike.
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This limited Guyanese rum, with its balanced blend of light fruits, smoky wood, and hints of licorice, boasts a boldness at 53.4% ABV. Its complex profile with dry, oily notes and evolving flavors delights with a harmonious cask strength character.
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