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Burning Barn Smoked Rum

(70cl, 40%)

Burning Barn Smoked Rum

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Burning Barn Smoked Rum Bottling Note

An intriguingly rich rum which is aptly smoky considering the name of its producers - Burning Barn. They make this expression by cold smoking their rum with local apple wood, imparting obvious campfire ember and smoked meat notes, which juxtapose handsomely with the spirit's underlying sweetness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

It's not shy about the its smoky notes. Burnt wood and crisp bacon (with a drizzle of maple syrup for good measure). Hints of caramelised fruit and chocolate hide underneath.

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Burning Barn Smoked Rum Reviews

Smoke is rising to the sky

This is absolutely beautiful. The smoking process adds an edge to be savoured to the flavour. This is not a rum to slosh yer Coke or Dr Pepper into. This, along with a very few other rums such as Pussers Nelson's Blood or Gunpowder Strength, are to be drunk neat and with slow appreciation.

18th August 2018

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