South Pacific Fiji (RX9382)
The "Fiji" 2001 rum, produced at the South Pacific distillery and bottled by Isla del Ron, is a 19-year-old cask strength rum with a limited release of just 165 bottles. With an ABV of 57.2%, this pot still Molasses rum boasts an exquisite balance of honey, pineapple, ester, banana, and metallic notes on the nose, along with a rich blend of smoky and fruity flavors. Users have commended its complexity and well-integrated alcohol, making it a favorite among Fiji rum connoisseurs. This remarkable rum offers a splendid sensory experience for those who enjoy distinctive and captivating rums.
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What does this rum taste like?
The flavor profile of Fiji is based on 42 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:
This special, complex 2001 Fiji rum by Isla del Ron wows with its robust, fruity nose and medicinal, smoky undertones. Delivering rich honey and intriguing notes of leather and plastic, it's surprisingly smooth at a potent 57.2% ABV. Truly a masterclass in balance and depth.
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