Bonne Mère Guadeloupe #16 (RX1995)
Introducing the Guadeloupe #16, a unique rum from the Bonne Mère distillery in Guadeloupe. Hand-selected by independent bottler Transcontinental Rum Line, this limited release of only 6384 bottles was distilled in 2013 using a Column Still with sugar cane juice and aged for 4 years, boasting an ABV of 43%. RumX users are tantalized by its aromatic notes of banana, grapes, prunes, Mirabelle plum, and brown sugar. On the palate, they experience a delightful fusion of yellow fruits, vanilla, cinnamon, banana, and young wood. Described as elegant and light, this rum bears a similarity to aged gin and would have made a stronger impact at a higher ABV.
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What does this rum taste like?
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