Worthy Park Jamaica (RX502)
Introducing the "Jamaica" rum from the Worthy Park distillery, this expression was specially selected and bottled by the independent bottler Transcontinental Rum Line. Distilled in 2012 from Molasses and aged for 5 years, this limited release with only 6666 bottles has an ABV of 57.18%. Coming with an enticing smell of banana, ester, pear, apple, and pineapple, the rum delivers flavors of banana, vanilla, peppery, solvents, and woody notes. Users found it to be a solid rum, highlighting its fruitiness, spiciness, and harmony. Some mentioned that it would benefit from more years in the barrel or a sweet wine cask finish. Overall, this is an interesting and enjoyable rum with some noticeable characteristics, making it a good choice for both entry-level and experienced rum enthusiasts.
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About the Worthy Park distillery
The distillery Worthy Park is located in Jamaica. Rums from Worthy Park have been reviewed 2,510 times with an average of 8.0/10.
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Already 56 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 7.8 out of 10. A total of 1 users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
Mirko Frosini 🇮🇪
27 November 2022
The alcoholic part is not harmonious with the rest.
13 January 2023
Sometimes things get better about 6-9 months after opened, sometimes they don’t. This is a case of the latter. UPDATE in comparison with 2013 release: The 2013 pot still release is far better than this one. The column still distillation on this one leaves an unfinished, sharp taste with a gluey aftertaste. It feels like it should have spent at least 3 more years in the barrel. This is remarkable considering this actually has more tropical aging than the 2013 pot still version, which just goes to show what a tremendous difference the distillation does to the flavor. I greatly enjoyed comparing these two from wp side by side but trust me, the pot still 2013 version is the one to get.
1 August 2022
Solid Worthy Park, but a few more years of barrel aging would not have hurt. Still seems a bit impetuous, even if the fruity freshness and the spice are positive to note. However, it lacks a counterbalance by somewhat heavier notes from the wood and sweetness, which would have given the rum a more pleasant balance. Here I would have been interested in the result after a little more storage time or but with a finish from a sweet wine barrel. So bleibts for me a Worthy Park in the rear part of the known to me field of participants.
16 December 2022
Agréable au nez et bien fumé en bouche, un bon rhum qui se boit tout seul dans la globalité.
11 June 2022
Very fruity on the nose and very vegetal on the palate.Not very spicy.Lacks a little personality.
11 June 2022
Worthy Park well balanced but I find that the column distillation takes away some of the body!
Zucker und Zeste
28 November 2022
Solider WP trotz jungem Alters.
13 March 2022
Solider Rum mit einem guten PLV
24 April 2022
Feels young spirit, but good
16 July 2022
Awesome 5yo for 50€ circa. Better than 2012.
23 February 2023
Junger und wilder WP. Der Alkohol ist schon recht deutlich, typische WP Noten sind klar erkennbar. Mir schmeckt er recht gut und kann ihn als Einsteigerrum nur empfehlen.
9 December 2022
Very round, very harmonious rum, add it lime and a bit of sugar and you're in heaven
13 December 2022
Za tu cenu pohodový rum - trochu z něj kouká alkohol, ale určitě zajímavý, s ovocem a estery.
6 March 2023
Couleur claire, nez fort en colle ou vernis, ce dont je ne suis pas tres fan à la base. Très élégant en bouche mais tres surprenant par le fait d’avoir affaire à un whisky tres fin mais avec toute la palette aromatique d’un whisky classique.
1 August 2020
Nase: wenig spannend für Jamaika. Zu Beginn dominiert eine medizinische Note von Lack und Gummi, bevor die Früchte zum Vorschein treten, der Birne voran noch die Banane. Gaumen: kurzer Vanillestart, dann Kräuter und danach lange lange Pfeffer. Schoko , Holz und Banane erst nachgelagert. Abgang: Banane und Honig, mittellang. Fazit: Die Banane ist omnipräsent. Aber kein Rum der mich fesselt. Dafür zu wenig Frucht und zu pfeffrig.
10 December 2022
Different fruits, but only mango and banana - and I don't like that anymore, I know better transcontinentals