Twelve Whisky d’Aubrac Rhum Rare Guyana & Jamaica 63,5%
The "Rhum Rare Guyana & Jamaica" is a unique blend crafted by the independent bottler Twelve Whisky d'Aubrac, combining rums from multiple distilleries in Guyana and Jamaica. Distilled from molasses, this rum boasts an ABV of 63.5%. With a tropical fruit and ester aroma, it offers a complex blend of barrel, leather, and strong chocolate flavors. Users appreciate its balance and evolution in the glass, highlighting the beautiful interplay between the heavy, smoky notes from Guyana and the fruity, ester-filled Jamaican characteristics. They also commend the high value and quality in relation to its affordable price. Overall, this intriguing blend is a solid choice for those who enjoy both Guyanese and Jamaican rums.
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A bold blend of Guyana and Jamaica, Rhum Rare offers a complex mix of dark chocolate, roasted notes, and fruity esters. Slightly overpowering at 63.5% ABV, benefits from aeration. Exceptional value for a unique, powerful rum.
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