Hampden Trelawny Endemic Birds (Yellow Shouldered Grossquit) OWH (RX8213)
The "Trelawny Endemic Birds (Yellow Shouldered Grossquit) OWH" was produced in Jamaica at the Hampden distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Velier. It was distilled in 2012 from Molasses and then aged for 8 years. The rum has an ABV of 60% and the mark is OWH. This is a limited release and there are only 250 bottles.
7 community members rated this rum with an average of 8.2/10. The rum smells like Fruity, Tropical fruit and Alcoholic, and on the palate there is Tropical fruit, Citrus and Alcoholic.
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The flavor profile of Trelawny Endemic Birds (Yellow Shouldered Grossquit) OWH is based on 7 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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