J. Bally Brut de Fût (RX15598)
Introducing the J. Bally "Brut de Fût," a limited release rum produced in Martinique, distilled in 2004 from sugar cane juice with a Creole Column and aged for 17 years 6 months before being bottled at cask strength with an ABV of 53,7%. With only 2500 bottles available, this exceptional rum presents a woody, roasted aroma with notes of plum, vanilla, and cherry. The flavor profile is characterized by a rich combination of woody, coffee, cherry, roasted, and intense notes. RumX users have described this rum as harmonious, intense, complex, and elegant, with a well-integrated alcohol content, making it an excellent reference in the high-end agricole rum category.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Brut de Fût is based on 15 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?
Sugar cane juice
17 years 6mo
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About the J. Bally distillery
The distillery J. Bally is located in Martinique. Rums from J. Bally have been reviewed 564 times with an average of 8.0/10.
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Already 15 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 8.8 out of 10. A total of 1 users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
Kevin Sorensen 🇩🇰
23 March 2023
#4033 This is a very well balanced rum and I think the price is more than fair on this bottle. Fruity and kind of soft on the nose despite the ABV. I love the roasted wood notes and also the floral touch to the profile. Draws really nice curtains in the glass and the empty glass has light leather and coffee notes.
13 May 2023
Richtig gut! Tolle Klebstoff-Note!
2 April 2023
Beautiful. Not a standard farmhouse. It can't leave you indifferent.chiseled woody, very surprising glue/solvent background, freshly ground coffee.In the mouth, it's powerful but the woody channels the aromas of cherry, coffee, glue.Very very good.
Insta: spiritofbernard 🇫🇷
4 April 2023
Needs a lot of aeration because otherwise it approaches the classic dark plank juice of Bally's. Very drying on the finish and I prefer the more gourmet profiles found at Saint James.
12 April 2023
Tasted during the Rum Fest in Paris. Not so dark considering the age. I took a bottle. More detailed tasting to follow.
Maxime Checler 🇫🇷
1 April 2023
31 March 2023
Close frop the cane but also dark, powerful, intense, old school woody spirit as an old cognac or an old Speyside sherried whisky, that's splendid.