Valinch & Mallet Hampden HD - „Collection Antipodes“ DOK 2009 13yr 57,5%
The HD - „Collection Antipodes“ DOK is a 13-year-old, limited release rum from the Hampden distillery in Jamaica, bottled by Valinch & Mallet. Distilled in 2009 from molasses using a pot still, it boasts a 57.5% ABV and the popular DOK mark. With only 304 bottles available, this rum carries an intriguing aroma of pineapple, funky esters, glue, and bananas. Its complex, flavorful profile features esters, tropical fruits, and a distinct pineapple essence. Users particularly appreciate its balance, wood integration, and satisfying estery complexity. With its unique taste and rarity, this rum is a sought-after delight for rum enthusiasts.
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A bold, funky Jamaican rum with a symphony of ripe bananas, grilled pineapple, and hint of smoky finish. This robust DOK expression showcases a well-integrated alcohol punch, delivering complexity with a playful edge. Pricey, yet enthralling for enthusiasts.
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