Enmore Small Batch Rare Rums (RX8901)
The "Small Batch Rare Rums" was produced in Guyana at the Enmore distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Rum Nation. It was distilled in 1997 from Molasses with a Pot Still and then aged for 23 years. The rum has an ABV of 58,7%.
8 community members rated this rum with an average of 7.5/10. The rum smells like Woody, Vanilla and Tropical fruit, and on the palate there is Woody, Roasted and Tropical fruit.
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About the Enmore distillery
The distillery Enmore is located in Guyana. Rums from Enmore have been reviewed 1,770 times with an average of 8.8/10.
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Already 8 registered users have rated and tested this rum, leaving an average rating of 7.5 out of 10. A total of users have marked this rum as their favorite (9+ points).Write a review
Kevin Sorensen 🇩🇰
2 October 2022
I was a bit disappointed because these rare releases are usually pretty good. This one however fell outside the normal range and is a bit out of balance in my mind. I'd say their regular Small Batch Rare Rums Enmore is better. Price to quality is off on this one by quite a margin actually.
25 July 2022
Oha, there must have been a whiskey finish involved. It's not my taste, but the finish is at least discreet and not too ostentatious.
3 April 2022
Thanks to the rum nation stand! An enmore in the same vein as the 1997/2016. Except that the Sherry cask has been replaced by a peaty finish whisky. And personally it is not for me. I think it's a shame to change the essence of these old enmore by adding peat... I hope it will find its audience because the peat does not erase everything else, it is well integrated, not omnipresent, but too much for me.
6 April 2022
Maybe other abv
8 May 2023
Belle texture Huileuse très à mon goût ! Mais la finition en fût de whisky gâche un peu le plaisir
Gunnar Böhme "Bauerngaumen" 🤓
20 August 2022
Es ist eigentlich ganz einfach: Wenn ich Rum trinken will, trinke ich Rum. Wenn ich Whisky trinken will, trinke ich Whisky. Das lässt dieser Zwitter leider nicht zu. Eine Spirituose, die sich Rum nennt, aber einen viel zu starken Whisky-Einfluss hat (strenggenommen sogar ein Blend, ein Teil im Whiskyfass gelagert, der andere im Sherryfass, vom Sherry spüre ich allerdings nichts, der Whisky-Anteil überlagert alles). Solche Experimente sollte Rum Nation wirklich lassen, sie gehen regelmäßig schief. Sehr schade, nicht nur angesichts des hohen Preises, sondern auch wegen der wirklich hübschen Verpackung in Buchform.