Clarendon Assemblage #01 (RX15178)
The "Assemblage #01" was produced in Jamaica at the Clarendon distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Rest & Be Thankful. It was distilled from Molasses with a Pot and Column Still and then aged for 13 years - 17 years. The rum has an ABV of 46%. This is a limited release and there are only 5188 bottles.
4 community members rated this rum with an average of 7.9/10. The rum smells like Mango, Pineapple and Overripe, and on the palate there is Medicinal, Tar and Banana.
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The flavor profile of Assemblage #01 is based on 4 user reviews. We have compiled and summarized the community's tasting notes for you, to give you an impression of the aroma and taste of the rum.
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What are the specs of this rum?
Pot and Column Still
13 years - 17 years
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About the Clarendon distillery
The distillery Clarendon is located in Jamaica. Rums from Clarendon have been reviewed 2,310 times with an average of 8.3/10.
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Already 4 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 7.9 out of 10. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
Gin & Bricks
28 February 2023
Very intense on the nose, Jamaica for advanced. Overripe, fermented fruit, citrusy acidity, glue and tar.Lots going on in the mouth. The front half sweet and no longer so muddy fermented. Mango and tingly pineapple, generally lots of fruit sweetness and citrus freshness. The second half then estrous, funky, vanilla, tar, slight spiciness, salt and banana.Wood only in the finish, medicinal and especially banana.Complex fun yet surprisingly catchy. If you like tar
8 March 2023
Conditions - tried neat in a Glencarin glass Nose - pretty mellow nose. sweet funk, Demerara sugar, light peat. Smells almost like a blend of Guyanese rum and scotch whiskey with a hint of funk. Quite round on the nose. Mellow Smoke. Vanilla and toffee after it sits. Palate - super dry. Drinks almost more like a scotch then a Jamaican rum. Black licorice, black pepper, oak. A little caramel, bunt cola, roots, peppermint and Indian sarsaparilla come out after ten or so minutes. Finish - Medium length finish. RC cola, dark chocolate, peat moss. Kind of reminds me of Talisker a bit Thoughts - this is good! A very interesting and unique blend unlike any other aged Jamaican rum blend I’ve had. Seemingly more savory than the lush, tropical fruit notes I’m used to, but varietys the spice of life.
1 March 2023
Significantly less intensity than the sounding composition of the blend would lead one to expect. Perhaps it may be due to the dilution and continental maturation of the individual rums. Pleasing (mild) blend; pure too boring and not intense enough for the cocktail.