TRC Diamond Guyana MDX 2004 13yr 61,2%
Introducing the Guyana MDX, a delightful rum crafted in Guyana at the Diamond Distillery and selected by the independent bottler, The Rum Cask. Distilled in 2004 from molasses, this fine spirit was aged for 13 years, achieving an ABV of 61.2%. With a scent highlighting vanilla, freshness, banana, citrus, and spiciness, Guyana MDX's flavor profile brings woody, vanilla, spicy, caramel, and alcoholic notes. Community members found it to be an honest drop offering an engaging mix of fruity, smoky, and vanilla notes while showcasing well-integrated alcohol and a good balance with dryness. Suitable as a daily sipper, this rum offers a unique experience of complexity and harmony, making it a must-try for rum enthusiasts.
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How does this rum taste?
The Guyana MDX rum strikes a unique balance between fruity and woody notes. It starts off with a refreshing hint of vanilla and citrus fruits in the nose, transitioning to a bold, spicy flavor; a tale of two contrasting characters.
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