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Deadhead 6 Year Old Rum

(70cl, 40%)

Deadhead 6 Year Old Rum
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Deadhead Rum Bottling Note

Deadhead is a 6 year old rum in a bottle shaped like a shrunken head, known as a Tsantsa, a trophy kept from a defeated enemy. Unique doesn't even cut it, as far as this bottle goes. The rum itself is a blend of sugar cane juice and molasses - it is double-distilled and matured in European oak barrels for six years before being expertly blended to achieve the desired rich, spicy flavour profile.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Apples, pears and perhaps a little bit of strawberry juice. Quite grassy - if you enjoy a rhum agricole every once in a while, you'll pick up familiar notes here. Developing hints of mint chocolate too.

Palate: Less fruit sweetness than the nose (though orchard fruits to persist subtly). More focus on cooking spices and runny caramel, as well as continued rhum agricole grassy notes.

Finish: Medium length, with oak warmth and a touch of lemon peel.

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Deadhead 6 Year Old Rum Reviews

Excellent Sipping Rum

They age the rum distilled from fermented sugarcane juice in medium toasted American Oak barrels, while the rum distilled from molasses is aged in highly toasted American Oak and Chiapas Oak barrels. Then blend the two and give final charcoal treatment. -- Seems they do know how to make rum in Mexico.

A treat for true rum connoisseur.

9th January 2017

An expensive plastic bottle

As the title says, the money you pay is seemingly to cover the cost of the bottle rather than the seemingly artificially sweet contents.

Save your money and buy something like El Dorado or Ron Zacapa than this gimmicky syrup decanter.

14th August 2016

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