2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Mauritius Rum, Port Cask (46%)

2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Mauritius Rum, Port Cask (46%)

Product: 20108057086
2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Mauritius Rum, Port Cask (46%)

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Mauritius, located in the Indian Ocean, is a volcanic island with soils and climate ideal to produce high- quality sugar cane which has long been a vital export for the economy. This high quality cane lends itself perfectly to the production of rum. For many years the export price of refined sugar dictated this preferred use for the cane. Only in recent years has the noble rum product resurged in popularity.

This fine rum was re-racked into a port pipe for further maturation which has added extra depth and complexity to the spirit. The nose is bright and uplifting with the rum and oak in­fluences working in tandem to give a rich combination of tropical and red berry fruitiness with hints of menthol. The palate is well balanced and swells with honeyed layers that carry the fruit and drier spice notes along. This is a playful but serious rum of great distinction.

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