Release 2014 HTR
Rum Nation • Caroni
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The Release 2014 HTR was produced in Trinidad at the Caroni distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Rum Nation. It was distilled in 1998 from Molasses and then aged for 16 years. The rum has an ABV of 55% and the mark is HTR. This is a limited release and there are only 4580 bottles.
13 community members rated this rum with an average of 85/100. The rum smells like Smoky, Woody and Clove, and on the palate there is Tea, Herbal and Platsic.
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