Bellevue Guadeloupe No. 2 (RX14111)
Introducing the Guadeloupe No. 2, a 23-year-old rum from the Bellevue distillery in Guadeloupe, bottled by independent bottler The Colours of Rum. This limited release with only 252 bottles features a 54.3% ABV and is crafted with column still distillation. Users describe its aroma as woody, herbal, spicy, and fruity with dried fruit notes. On the palate, they detect flavors of leather, spice, barrel, dryness, and woodiness. With a diverse range of opinions, this rum has attracted the interest of rum enthusiasts who enjoy a well-aged and complex profile. Overall, Guadeloupe No. 2 is a unique and intriguing rum that has piqued the curiosity and taste buds of the RumX community.
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About the Bellevue distillery
The distillery Bellevue is located in Guadeloupe. Rums from Bellevue have been reviewed 600 times with an average of 8.6/10.
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Already 14 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 8.2 out of 10. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
23 January 2023
Got this sample for free from RumX. It’s a column distilled rum distilled in 1998 at the Bellevue estate in Bass-Terre that produces Rhum Damoiseau and therefore not to be confused with the Bellevue distillery in Marie Galante. It’s aged for 23 years, of which 6 years is made in the tropics and the rest continentally whereafter it’s bottled in 252 bottles at 54,3%. It’s not clear if the distillate is a blend of rum made from cane juice and molasses, but I believe so cause there’s lots of rum from this distillery that is. Anyway I’m pretty sure that its not an Agricole. Overall a rum that have great aromas, but which tastes don’t live up to the it.
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28 February 2023
Nose: Compared to the 98 Nobilis (RX11158) much more concise, nice aroma of cherry marzipan;Palate: unobtrusive wood note, spicy, even slight sweetness at the beginning, which gives way to a pleasant dryness towards the back;Finish: relatively short, warm.
26 December 2022
Tasted together with Colous of Rum Guadeloupe No. 3.nose is almost identical in both. This is a touch less powerful.On the palate, this is a nuance more powerful. But he lacks corners and edges.Does not convince me so right, as I had more interesting 1998 Guadeloupe in the glass.Both bottlings appear with very similar.
26 January 2023
No2’s nose is a bit more open and vibrant vs. No3. On the palate I prefer No2 with a bit more fruits while No3 presents itself more dark and woody.
3 January 2023
Tasted in parallel with the
3 January 2023
Nice mild floral rum, with light fruity taste
25 January 2023
Beautifully aged rum I would guess an Agricole, has nice wood notes, light prune and dry finish.