Gunroom 4 Ports Rum 40%
Gunroom 4 Ports Rum, a unique blend from multiple countries, is produced using molasses with a combination of Pot and Column Still distillation, boasting an ABV of 40%. With a sweet, fruity, and apple aroma, it provides an interesting flavor experience encompassing apple, soft chocolate, and malt notes. According to RumX users, this rum has a notable Guayana profile with a hint of pineapple, garnering praise for its fruity and slightly caramel characteristics. While some users found it a bit harsh due to its youth, overall, it is considered an intriguing and enjoyable offering in the Navy rum category.
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How does this rum taste?
The Gunroom 4 Ports Rum, a concoction of rums from Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, and Guayana, intrigues with a distinct pineapple aroma. Despite its youth causing slight harshness, it offers a fruity, mildly sweet flavor with hints of caramel, making it a good-value buy.
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What are the key facts about this rum?
Pot & Column Still Rum
Pot and Column Still
What is the price trend for this rum?
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