Corman Collins Hampden Jamaican Rum <>H 2001 16yr 60,4%
Introducing the Jamaican Rum <>H, a remarkable spirit produced at the Hampden distillery and selected and bottled by the independent bottler, Corman Collins. Distilled in 2001 from molasses using a pot still and aged for 16 years, this rum boasts a robust ABV of 60.4%. As per user reviews, the aroma captivates with notes of fruity esters, nail polish, tropical fruits, and solvents. The palate delivers a unique combination of pineapple, banana, glue, overripe, and tropical fruit flavors. Our community appreciates this rum for its complexity, extraordinary ester notes, and balance of spices, with many finding it an exciting and rewarding experience.
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How does this rum taste?
The Jamaican Rum <>H impresses with its bold Hampden identity, boasting unmistakeable notes of adhesive and roasted pineapple, seasoned with rich spices. Its taste reveals layers of ripe fruits, honey, orange, and wood active on the palate. An overall well-rounded and satisfying experience.
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