Savanna Japan Tribute #1 HERR (RX219)
The Japan Tribute #1 HERR rum is a limited-edition release from Reunion's Savanna distillery, produced in 2007 using molasses and a column still, aged for 10 years, and bottled at 61.3% ABV. With only 761 bottles available, this unique rum offers a distinct aroma of mango, pineapple, medicinal, woody, and fruity notes. When it comes to flavor, expect a woody, overripe, mango, sweet, and caramel taste. Overall, RumX users have praised this rum for its complexity, enjoyable balance of fruit, caramel, and spices, as well as the light smoky feel and chocolate notes towards the end of the palate. A special treat for rum enthusiasts seeking a well-balanced, fruity, and powerful experience.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Japan Tribute #1 HERR is based on 17 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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