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This single barrel of Jamaican rum is from the Long Pond distillery. Distilled in 2000 it was bottled at 16 years at 49.3% after maturing in an Ex-Bourbon Barrel.
Jamaica is known for it’s generous use of Dunder in their rums, and thankfully, this bottle exhibits nicely. Moderately estery with a mild sweetness underneath.
Andrew's Tasting Note
Nose: big candied fruit, rum soaked raisins, mincemeat pie; earthy and rubbery (classic Jamaican nose), salted caramel ice cream; spicy mango salsa, Bourbon cherries; candied orange.
Palate: oily, thick with molasses and coating; smoked-burnt caramel, latex tubing, new rubber tires and Dutch licorice; Jujubes, candied lime and big nutty tones: beer nuts and Marcona almonds.
Finish: long, warming and nutty; loads of caramel, molasses and soft new rubber.
Comment: classic Jamaican rum, nutty with caramel and molasses.
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