Long Pond TECA Jamaica (Cavavin Belval) TECA 2022 Unaged 57%
Introducing the TECA Jamaica (Cavavin Belval) TECA rum, produced at the Long Pond distillery in Jamaica and selected and bottled by 1423 World Class Spirits. This unaged rum, distilled in 2022 from molasses using a pot still, has an ABV of 57%. Characterized by its intense and funky aroma, with notes of glue, esters, and chemicals, the flavor profile presents a concentrated vegetal taste with a strong glue-like and funky presence. Our RumX community appreciates its complexity and fruity qualities, finding it to be an excellent choice for mixing, particularly in cocktails like the Daiquiri. A solid and affordable option for those seeking an intense, ester-rich Jamaican rum experience.
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Boasting a robust 8/10 average rating, the TECA Jamaica (Cavavin Belval) TECA rum impresses with rich fruity profiles and an intense, full-bodied texture. Ideal as both a straight sipper and a mixer, offering excellent value for money with high ester delight.
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