Rumclub Private Selection Ed. 29 Belize Rum (DOK Cask Finish)
Spirit of Rum • Travellers
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Rumclub Private Selection
Ed. 29 Belize Rum (DOK Cask Finish)
7 years 1mo
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The Rumclub Private Selection Ed. 29 Belize Rum (DOK Cask Finish) was produced in Belize at the Travellers distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Spirit of Rum. It was distilled in 2014 from Molasses with a Column Still and then aged for 7 years 1mo. The rum is bottled at cask strength and has an ABV of 65,7%. This is a limited release and there are only 200 bottles.
13 community members rated this rum with an average of 83/100. The rum smells like Ester, Pineapple and Vanilla, and on the palate there is Chocolate, Burnt sugar and Tropical fruit.
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