Reserve Rum of Trinidad Sherrywood
Bristol Classic Rum • Caroni
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The Reserve Rum of Trinidad Sherrywood was produced in Trinidad at the Caroni distillery. It was selected and bottled by the independent bottler Bristol Classic Rum. It was distilled from Molasses and then aged for 10 years. The rum has an ABV of 46%.
7 community members rated this rum with an average of 86/100. The rum smells like Vanilla, Caramel and Tar, and on the palate there is Tar, Sherry and Dark chocolate.
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