Enmore (Versailles) Guyana (Bottled for Denmark) (RX261)
The Guyana (Bottled for Denmark) rum is a rare and exquisite spirit produced at the Enmore (Versailles) distillery in Guyana. Distilled in 1988 from molasses using a Single Wooden Pot Still, this 27-year-old rum boasts an ABV of 52.7% and is limited to just 248 bottles. Selected and bottled by the independent bottler, Compagnie des Indes, this rum features an enticing aroma of dried dates, waxes, wood, chocolate, and allspice. On tasting, its flavors reveal a delightful combination of woodiness, waxes, espresso, chocolate, and a peppery finish. According to the RumX community, this rum has received high praise for its complexity, intensity, and unique character, making it a must-try for rum connoisseurs.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Guyana (Bottled for Denmark) is based on 11 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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