Le Galion Rhum Martinique grand arôme (1950s) 44%
Discover the unique appeal of Rhum Martinique grand arôme (1950s) from the famed Le Galion distillery in Martinique. This distinct rum, distilled from Molasses and sporting an ABV of 44%, opens a world of delightful profiles, captivated by a tropical bouquet of mango, banana, sweet strawberry, and delicate violet in the nose. Let your palate be enticed by the refreshing minty notes, dancing with allspice and cinnamon hints, rounded off with the inviting warmth of cherry and engaging tannins. Experience a beautifully balanced rum that carries a hint of old-school charm with heavy sweetness, fruit-infused with a dash of grassy notes, and imbued with a dark, slightly rustic Guyana touch. Whether you're a seasoned rum connoisseur or just starting to explore the world of vintage rums, Rhum Martinique grand arôme (1950s) offers a delightful journey for taste buds. Awaken your senses with the extraordinary fusion of flavors in this exceptional rum. Upgrade your rum experience with Rhum Martinique grand arôme (1950s) today.
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How does this rum taste?
A unique, full-bodied Agricole, the Rhum Martinique grand arôme (1950s) exudes vintage sophistication with dominant notes of berries, sour cherries, menthol and molasses. Its rich sweetness and well-integrated ABV make up for its short finish. A rewarding taste of the old-school.
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