TCRL Damoiseau Grande-Terre Le Moule 1998 19yr 59,3%
The Grande-Terre Le Moule, produced at the Damoiseau distillery in Guadeloupe, is a 1998 molasses-based rum aged for 19 years. With an ABV of 59.3%, this limited release of just 492 bottles is a must-try. Its smell combines woody, vanilla, alcoholic, fruity, and spicy notes, while its flavor is characterized by a woody, alcoholic, and spicy profile as well as being full-bodied and complex. RumX users appreciate its intensity, with hints of sweet cherry, plum, and vanilla, alongside a light menthol note. However, some find the alcohol presence overpowering, with a lack of roundness and finesse. This unique rum offers an interesting mix of flavors and experiences for rum aficionados.
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How does this rum taste?
The "Grande-Terre Le Moule" from Damoiseau distillery offers an intense nose of floral and fruity aromas, yet disappoints some with its high alcohol content and lack of balance. Its unique molasses profile offers notes of honey, herbs, and liquorice.
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