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Panama Rum

Cane Island

67 /1001 reviews

15 EUR


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The Panama Rum was produced in Panama. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Cane Island. It was distilled from Molasses. The rum has an ABV of 40%.

1 community member rated this rum with an average of 67/100. The rum smells like Oak, Sugar and Tobacco, and on the palate there is Meringue, Woody and Cola.


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What does this rum taste like?

The flavor profile of Panama Rum is based on 1 user reviews. The RumX community has discovered the following associations:

Nosing associations

Oak Sugar Tobacco

Taste associations

Meringue Woody Cola

Finish associations

Woody Cola

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Already 1 users have rated this rum, leaving an average rating of 67 points. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (90+ points).

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It’s good but there is not a lot of complexity going on here. Cola and a bit of wood. Almost a Dr Pepper thing going on but without the spice. It’s pretty sweet and smooth. Probably a quite decent mixer and a good “beginner” intro to decent rum. Have not had Panamanian rum before so not sure how representative this is. Worth trying at the bargain price. Update: Picked up a bottle of 8 year aged 103 proof single barrel Grander and did a tasting between these two. The Grander is better, more intense in flavor and more complex as you expect. But the flavor profiles are unmistakeably related so based on that I’d say that the Cane Island is a worthy representation of Panamanian rum. It held its own admirably against one that is twice as expensive. Based on this I’d buy it again.

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