2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Guyana Rum, Cask No. 06003 (60.5%)

2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Guyana Rum, Cask No. 06003 (60.5%)

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2010 Berry Bros. & Rudd Guyana Rum, Cask No. 06003 (60.5%)

Description

The Caribbean boasts a long history of rum distilling. Each country has its own unique style and, with maturity, the full, intense fruit, spice and, often, molasses flavours shine through.

This Guyana rum was re-racked into an ex-Williamson Islay whisky barrel for 12 months. The nose is an unusual pairing of the high-ester tropical fruits that Guyana rum often displays, with a slight ashy note drifting in, as if carried on a sea breeze. The palate is complex giving tobacco leaf, some engine oil and plenty of overripe fruit, leading to more of the same delicate smoke on the finish. A very unusual rum: if you have the opportunity and stamina, it is best paired with the Williamson.

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