Perola Enmore Bellamy‘s Reserve MER 1994 28yr 51,8%
Introducing the Bellamy's Reserve MER, a unique rum produced in Guyana at the Enmore distillery and selected by independent bottler Perola. Distilled in 1994 from molasses using a Pot Still and aged for a remarkable 28 years, this cask strength rum boasts an ABV of 51.8% and is limited to only 159 bottles. Users describe its aroma as a captivating blend of leather, roasted, dried dates, oak, and subtle unknown notes. On the palate, expect flavors of leather, roasted wood, dried fruit, and a concentrated profile. Overall, users agree that this rum is a true delight for Demerara fans, offering a well-balanced and complex experience with a rich and full-bodied taste.
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The Bellamy's Reserve MER is a premium, 28-year old rum from Enmore distillery, boasting robust notes of dark fruits, chocolate, toffee, and leather. Its sophisticated balance of herbal and roasted wood flavors delights a diverse range of palates. A remarkable indulgence for Demerara rum enthusiasts.
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