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Doorly's 3 Year Old (40%)

(70cl, 40%)

Doorly's 3 Year Old (40%)

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Doorly's 3 Year Old 40% Bottling Note

The delicious Doorly's rum range is produced in at the Foursquare Distillery in Barbados, and each one features parrots on the label, which is wonderful. While this expression may be a white rum, it was actually aged for three years! After maturation, it spirit was filtered, removing the colour from the liquid, but not the flavour profile. This makes it an excellent tool for bartenders, as it will impart the rich flavours of aged rum without impacting a drink's hue. Handy.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fruity and aromatic with pineapple and other tropical fruit notes.

Palate: Fresh and fruity with notes of coconut.

Finish: Swift and clean.

Overall: A well-constructed white rum for cocktails.

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Doorly's 3 Year Old (40%) Reviews

Slightly sweet great value rum

Some sweet Caribbean notes and a lovely finish.

28th June 2019

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