Excerpt: This is a fantastic rum which belongs on my bar shelf alongside my most prized spirits. It has a full spicy flavour with just enough sweetness to temper the bite. Each time I sample it, I enjoy it just a little more.
Excerpt: So why do I call this a key rum? Because it is a good rum which should be remembered and appreciated; because it hewed and hews as close to the line of the old navy rums as we’re ever likely to get; because it’s 15 years old and still affordable; and because for all its blended nature and therefore indeterminate origins, it’s just a well-made, well-aged product with a whiff of true historical pedigree and naval heritage behind it. Even now, so many rums down the road, I remember why I liked it in the first place.
Excerpt: This is fine but unremarkable. Its a bit sweet, I think they went a hair overboard dosing, but the flavors are nice and the mouth feel is rich. I need to try other Pussers expressions but I bet an increase in proof would really help here.
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Supposedly a special blend of 5 West Indies rum in the ol Royal Navy days - this modern expression is a blend of 5 rums, aged for 15 years that are sourced from Guyana and Trinidad.
Sticky rum cake, overripe banana, guava, toffee, lime, faint oak.
Medium, no heat. Sweet, toffee, maple syrup, overripe fruit, honeydew, cocoa, milk chocolate
Medium no heat syrupy maple, brown sugar, molasses, overripe banana
This is fine but unremarkable. Its a bit sweet, I think they went a hair overboard dosing, but the flavors are nice and the mouth feel is rich. I need to try other Pussers expressions but I bet an increase in proof would really help here.
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