Albion The Nectar Of The Daily Drams Guyana AW (RX12793)
The Nectar Of The Daily Drams Guyana AW is a distinctive rum produced in Guyana at the Albion distillery, distilled in 2012 from Molasses with a Double Wooden Pot Still, and aged for 10 years. With a 62.5% ABV, tasting notes of fruity, honey, vegetal, green fruits, dark chocolate on the smell and spicy, metallic, woody, bitter, dry flavors on the palate, it's an intriguing and complex offering. Users appreciate its resemblance to a young PM and find the nose to be tangy, herbal, and very vegetal. On the palate, users report spice, wood, and notes of toffee and raisins. Though some found it to be slightly sharp and challenging, overall, it is a well-regarded rum with a unique profile.
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The Nectar Of The Daily Drams
Double Wooden Pot Still
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About the Albion distillery
The distillery Albion is located in Guyana. Rums from Albion have been reviewed 285 times with an average of 89/100.
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Already 38 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 8.0 out of 10. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
25 December 2022
Nose is reminiscent of other young PMs with wood and some continental fruits. Starts off with intense burnt notes. Some herbs with anis. A hint of chocolate appears over time. On the palate I get some acidity which I attribute to the high proof. However, the taste is surprisingly sweet with toffee and raisins which show up unexpectedly. Don’t take this wrong, this is very powerful and demanding stuff, far off from crowd pleasing sweetness of course. While this is the first AW I had in the glas I’m somewhat intrigued by the profile. Happy to explore some more bottlings. On the first go, SBS and the Nectar feel pretty similar. The latter maybe a little less sweet with more chocolate rather than toffee. Alcohol noticeable in both bottlings
Kevin Sorensen 🇩🇰
28 October 2022
This was the last one of the batch and compared to the price tag I think you get pretty much. Nicely fruity and natural sweet and I like the nuttiness in the glass once empty.
26 February 2023
Heute die Beiden Albion von S.B.S und the Nectar gegeneinander verkostet! An der Nase sind beide fast identisch..am Gaumen offenbaren sich dann doch Unterschiede! Der Nectar ist cremiger weicher und runder, obwohl der Alkohol nicht so gut wie beim SBS eingebunden ist. Die Mischung aus Frucht. Würze und Pflanzlichkeit finde ich hier deutlich gefälliger, auch im Abgang überzeugt er mich mit der besseren Intensivität. Für mich der eindeutige Sieger!
10 July 2022
Rather unusual for Guyana. The nose is dominated by herbal notes. Quite sharp and edgy on the palate. Not the Albion profile I love so much.
9 July 2022
A young Guyana, without question. Albion DNA is not discernible for me.Nose: spicy, fruity, an herbal impact and slightly toasty. The first thing I got was apple with fig and floral honey. There are also herbs, some chili and a hint of caraway. The caraway gets even stronger with time. Still seems quite fresh, which is certainly also due to the 62%. Reminds me of a young PM.Palate: dry, bitter and slightly spicy. Spicy-woody-slightly toasty. Again, more of a young PM. Lime zest and green apple are prominent, nutmeg and caraway come behind. Seems metallic, copper with iodine. Overall, it is too edgy and immature for me.
6 July 2022
I like this one much better. Reminds me of a young PM97. Beautiful fruit notes, anise, caramel. Overall, it could still use a longer maturation. Of course, not to be compared with the tropically matured Albions.
3 September 2022
Granny Smith mit ein paar Kräutern in der Nase. Im Mund wird es metallischer und saurer mit einer etwas zu deutlichen Alkoholnote.
Maxime Checler 🇫🇷
29 November 2022
Good Guyana well integrated but too woody and spicy for me.
23 October 2022
Tasted with the SBS 2012 Albion with which this can not quite keep up. The SBS is slightly "fatter", spicier and has wine nicer sweetness. The mouthfeel is also nicer on the SBS. This one is fresher, more peppery and drier.
21 July 2022
Very close to the PM profile. In my eyes superior to the 2012 SBS.
5 February 2023
The nose is tangy, herbal, and very vegetal. There’s sparse fruitiness from grapes, maybe even leaning to light raisins, but foremost there’s rhubarb (in all its glory!). Earthiness and spices encompass the profile only adding fuel to the aged agricole idea. The wood is somehow subdued and more closely resembles soaked cardboard boxes. Very different experience on the palate. Much more woody than expected and barely any fruits left to be found. We continue with chamomile tea, followed by an olive brine saltiness. It’s still quite sweet, but definitely guided by strong medicinality. There’s isobutanol and lots of metal. This is a challenging rum. The finish is short with more grapes, wood and tea. The metal lingers for quite a bit.
23 November 2022
I originally guessed Jamaica, but now I smell Guyana
30 October 2022
A new boring tasting session with young pot still single cask Guyanese rums. Kill Devil 12y, 61,1% Barikenn 8y, 63,3% The Nectar 10y, 62,5% SBS 10y, 64,6% C: W wine N: 5min in and this is oily, buttery and salty. Do I also get vanilla ice cream? After a few moments, celery and granny apple peel and brine. For me The Nectar has the best nose, and it all has to do with the fact that I’m a sucker for sweet oiliness in rums. M: Almost elegant taking into consideration that this is a rather young pot still rum. Probably aged in Europa also. Red apples command the taste. It is also smoky and floral. A bit acetonic and with rubber bands. F: Short but sweet. B: Yes. Why boring? Every rum brings something slightly different, but I like them all.