New Yarmouth Jamaica (RX413)
Introducing the exceptional Jamaica Rum from the New Yarmouth distillery, this rare gem was distilled in 2005 from Molasses with a Pot Still and aged for 12 years. Hand-selected and bottled by the renowned independent bottler Compagnie des Indes, this limited release of only 312 bottles boasts an ABV of 55%. RumX users describe this rum's aroma as a delightful mix of tropical fruits, varnish, and intense ester notes, with sour undertones. The flavor profile features sour, tropical fruits, glue, ester, and varnish on the palate. Praised for its unique Jamaican character and intense nose, this rum is a must-try for rum connoisseurs seeking a distinct experience.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Jamaica is based on 20 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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