Trois Rivières Millésime 1999 17yr 42%
Introducing the "Millésime" from the Trois Rivières distillery in Martinique - a unique rum distilled in 1999 from sugar cane juice using a Column Still and aged for 17 years. With an ABV of 42%, this rum features an enticing aroma of tropical fruit, vanilla, woody notes, spice, and dried fruit. The flavor boasts a delightful combination of vanilla, woody notes, balance, roundness, and fruitiness. Users find it to be accessible for those new to agricole rums while maintaining an elegant and well-balanced profile. Though some wished for more complexity or higher ABV, it remains a beloved and enjoyable rum for the RumX community.
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How does this rum taste?
Aged elegance in a bottle, this 1999 Trois Rivières tantalizes with a dance of grassy, floral, and fruity notes, underpinned by a woody spice. Smooth yet lively, it teases with subtle complexity, an approachable treasure for connoisseurs and newcomers alike.
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