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Appleton Estate Classic White

(70cl, 37.5%)

Appleton Estate Classic White

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We can't actually ship Appleton Estate Classic White to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Appleton Estate Classic Bottling Note

Appleton Estate created this as a great mixing rum. Classic White was a Gold Medal winner at the 1998 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

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Glen's White Rum

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spirity, fresh. Vanilla, dark brown sugar.

Palate: Quite dry, spicy. Buttery, vanilla. Oak.

Finish: Crisp and light.

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Appleton Estate Classic White Reviews

Appleton Overproof is no better than it's competitors.

For the past few years I have noticed that Appleton Rum on a whole have significantly lost it's alcohol strength. The White Over Proof is the worst of the lot, the flavor/ strength has disappeared and lost forever which is quite noticeable since ownership changed. Although once recommended to treat sprains or headaches due to the high percentage of alcohol content, not the case anymore. I refuse to buy the watered down version. Anyone visiting Jamaica previously could purchase the real White Rum, but that too has changed.

I went to purchase Appleton Gold and immediately noticed that the color was rather pale, bought it and very disappointed, will not buy it again.

In conclusion, Appleton Rums are no longer the same, ask any Jamaican, especially those that grew up on Appleton Estate.

30th August 2018

Good clear rum

Not that much different from its main competitor, has a slight sourness to it that the reviewer below might have called obnoxious, but I thought it was complimentary to the other flavors in my rum and coke. Definitely recommend I'd drink either this or Bacardi about equally if I wanted clear rum

23rd September 2014

I actually dont mind this

I could see how it could gey boring over the corse of an entire bottle, however I tried a miniature of it and was pleasantly surprised, much more depth than bacardi....does have a slightly obnoxious hint of a flavor I cant put my finger on but if you dont mind that, its a decent choice, I think I need to buy a full bottle sometime n re-review

14th January 2014

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