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Depaz Rhum Hors d'Age Agricole XO

(70cl, 45%)

Depaz Rhum Hors d'Age Agricole XO

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We can't actually ship Depaz Rhum Hors d'Age Agricole XO to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Depaz Rhum Agricole XO Bottling Note

In 1902, the sugar cane plantations at the foot of Mount Pelee volcano was destroyed by an eruption. Around 15 years later, Victor Depaz revived the plantation and distillery that has since carried the name Depaz. Depaz Rhum Hors D’Age Agricole XO is a fabulous blend of aged rums from the French Island of Martinique, distilled in column stills.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Zesty fruitcake alongside a combination of roses, chocolate and vanilla, followed by more savoury notes of woodiness and liquorice.

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Depaz Rhum Hors d'Age Agricole XO Reviews

Would not waste money on this one.

Very disappointed. Not like any other rum from Martinique. Rough to start and bitter after taste. Not just me but two others experienced the same notes.

21st January 2022

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