Bielle La Confrérie du Rhum (RX3754)
Introducing the La Confrérie du Rhum, a limited release rum from the Bielle distillery in Marie Galante. Distilled in 2009 from sugar cane juice in a column still and aged for 8 years, this cask strength rum boasts an ABV of 51.9% and has just 258 bottles available. Users describe its aroma as a delightful mix of fruity, sweet, woody, licorice, and tobacco notes. On the palate, this rum presents a flavorful blend of woody, spicy, sweet, fruity, and mineral elements. Although some users found it lacking complexity, many appreciated the light citrus notes, licorice in the profile, and how the empty glass improves as it matures. Do not miss out on this exquisite and rare aged rum!
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of La Confrérie du Rhum 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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