Cave Guildive West Indies Barbados Rum 2000 17yr 56%
Introducing the Barbados Rum, a unique and flavorful spirit distilled in 2000 at the West Indies distillery and aged for 17 years. This special rum has been selected and bottled by independent bottler Cave Guildive and boasts an ABV of 56%. Made from molasses using Pot Still, the rum has a distinct aroma of honey, vanilla, smoky, oak, and herbal notes. On the palate, you'll experience smoky, honey, caramelized, raisin, and vanilla flavors. Our RumX community members have thoroughly enjoyed this rum, describing it as complex, unique, and pleasantly surprising. With its distinct taste profile and impressive array of flavors, the Barbados Rum is certainly a must-try for rum enthusiasts.
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How does this rum taste?
A unique Barbados rum with whiskey-like notes, intriguing honeyed sweetness, and a touch of smokiness. Some find it medicinal and funky, with complex flavors of caramel, herbs, and fruit. Bold at 56% ABV, it offers a distinctive, well-balanced experience.
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