Enmore Bellamy‘s Reserve KFM (RX13135)
Bellamy's Reserve KFM is a unique 31-year-old rum from Guyana's Enmore distillery, bottled by independent bottler Perola. Produced in 1991 from molasses with a Pot Still, this limited release, with only 210 bottles available, has a cask strength ABV of 54.3%. According to RumX users, the aroma boasts leather, prunes, barrel, roasted, and coffee notes. The flavor profile is a delightful blend of roasted, prunes, woody, leather, and spicy notes. Overall, users appreciate its complex and intense character, great balance of sweetness and bitterness, and its long-lasting, pleasant finish. This rum is highly praised, making it a perfect choice for a cozy evening by the fireplace or for rum enthusiasts who truly appreciate the art of rum-making.
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About the Enmore distillery
The distillery Enmore is located in Guyana. Rums from Enmore have been reviewed 1,770 times with an average of 8.8/10.
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Already 20 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 9.0 out of 10. A total of 5 users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
3 March 2023
Some sweetness and fruity notes nicely balance versus woody and bitter notes. Very good expression this one.
21 September 2022
Wow, he has a beautiful nose: a beguiling fragrance fills the room. Complex and intense, spicy, woody, toasty. Lovage and Maggi are the first things that come to mind. In addition, old, aged scented wood. A spicy-sweet and slightly sour mix of dark honey, caramel and molasses make it very round. Dried orange and currant, and very dark cherry bring fruitiness. Leather, malt and mocha underscore the toasty character. Beautiful, intense and full-bodied palate: powerfully spicy, woody and toasty. Initially bitter-salty with lots of wood acidity, then malty with nutmeg and mocha. Out the back leather and dried currant with mint and green tea. A great flavor curve.In the appendix woody-spicy with mint, tea, lavender and some pencil.👍
23 August 2022
Great Enmore in KFM style without being too bitter and dry. There I look forward to cross-tasting with his brothers and sisters.
19 September 2022
A very good KFM; heavy, oily and complex! He has to fight very clearly with the bitterness of the barrel, but goes so just yet for me!The fits super to a cozy relaxed evening by the fireplace!
5 November 2022
Mint, sour cherry, prune and leather, as well as wood and fruit bread on the nose. The really really fun!Taste then very dry, clearly bitter, strong black tea, mint, cassis, leather, licorice and very oily and long lasting. Alcohol is perfectly integrated and the finish lasts for what feels like forever.... Quasi liquid lavender oil comes through at the very end taste with, very cool.Must stand on it, for me so far the only KFM brings enough power without this for me otherwise so penetrating and abturnende pencil tooth note ... but just also priced ne class for itself!
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31 August 2022
Wow, this one hits the nail and I'd be close to adding "heavy" on it as well. Very sting roasted and wood notes with warm/spicy palate as well as plum/prunes with a minty touch. Price to quality is very good in my mind.
26 April 2023
Very nice dirty note and wonderfully long finish. Update: compared to the Nobilis, this one still holds its own. Less bitter, dirtier and a nice floral note of lavender.
23 September 2022
Very good KFM that does not seem too bitter. Must be drunk soon in comparison....
1 January 2023
Blind gift sample. I was thinking of a very want Versailles or Diamond. Well it will be Enmore. First KFM for me. This is great. Everything I love about Guyana. The candied Prune that blends so well with the darker aromas of chocolate, coffee and old leather, all with a bit of bitterness that comes in the form of citrus. It is really excellent. Thanks Serge!
15 September 2022
Accessible KFM, wood and bitterness give way to a slight sweetness, complex and long finish.
4 September 2022
In the other glass, the Nobilis KFM 91/29. On the nose, the Bellamy's seems more balanced. The Nobilis comes somehow a little 'rougher' and more gripping. I wouldn't necessarily have expected that, given the low ABV of the Nobilis. But maybe it's the 2 more years in the barrel that gave Bellamy's even more balance. Who knows...on the palate, I do notice the higher ABV of the Bellamy's. It brings out the tobacco, leather, mint notes more noticeably. Overall, the Bellamy's is slightly above the Nobilis, but it doesn't quite match the excellent RA KFM 91/31 from earlier this year.
14 May 2023
Ach ja, Rum ist auch einfach was Feines. Vor allem, wenn man so einen besonderen Tropfen trinken darf. Für mich Enmore nahe der Perfektion. Der Alkohol ist unfassbar gut integriert, sodass der Rum gefährlich süffig ist. Einfach toll.