South Pacific 2004 (RX6386)
Introducing the "2004" rum, a unique creation hailing from the South Pacific distillery in Fiji and specially selected and bottled by Holmes Cay. The 16-year aging process in American oak casks of this molasses-based, cask strength rum results in a complex aroma of vanilla, caramel, bourbon, vegetal notes, and pastries. Tasting reveals a delightful fusion of flavors, such as vanilla, dark chocolate, olive, toffee, and a hint of saltiness. RumX users appreciate its harmonious balance and powerful, lasting finish, considering it to be an exceptional rum with a memorable sensory journey.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of 2004 is based on 12 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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Is this rum rather collected or consumed?
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