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Made from rums of between 21 and 25 years of age, matured in 45 gallon oak casks, within six degrees of the equator in Guyana. El Dorado 21 was awarded a Gold at the International Rum Festival 2003 in Canada and a Silver at the 2003 International Wine and Spirit Competition in London. Most remarkably, this was the highest scoring rum ever to be tasted by the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago.
Nose: Buttery, with chocolatey notes of Rolos behind it. Ripe banana and fruity Christmas cake. Hints of tobacco and sandalwood, leading into spent match smokiness.
Palate: Sultanas, dates, blackcurrant and macadamia nuts. A touch of rosewater, too. The mid-palate brings dark chocolate and nutmeg too.
Finish: It just keeps going! There's fried banana and handfuls of raisin notes right through to the end, with just a little hint of spicy cinnamon.
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Simply put, amazing. Complex doesn't even begin to describe this Rum. Starts of smooth then smacks you in the face with an intense flavor sweet fruit, nuts and chocolate. Lingers around for a minute. This bottle could go quickly.
17th November 2016
Forget the whisky, I love drinking this over ice!
6th April 2016
A perfect demerera rum. Great long lasting enjoyable finish.
21st December 2015
Unfortunately, contrary to the previous post, this is also full of added sugar (around 20-30g/litre, as opposed to the 12 and 15 which sit at around 35g/litre), but at least the less than the others right. The 15yr is richer as it contains a lot of the Port Mourant still (double wood pot still). Most of the 21yr comes from the Albion still (four-column Savalle still) so it's "less heavy". 15 and 21 are totally different rums, they just happen to be bottled under the brand of El Dorado, and given they contain different rums in different proportions it's not really fair to compare. Personally, for me, the 21 is less sweet and more complex...which makes it better.
13th September 2015
At least this one is not full of added sugar, so it is better than the 12yo or the 15yo or the 25yo. But as a demerara it could be much more intense.
4th September 2015
Okay, firstly this isn't the greatest rum out there but it's definitely one of my favourite drinkers. Price for quality it's hard to beat. To say that the 15 and 12 are better is ridiculous, I wouldn't drink either.
19th July 2015
I would barely class this as a rum in the normal sense but a superior quality spirit. Complex and interesting but not rummy. 15 is better imo but a safer bet for all rum drinkers would be the 12. Cheaper too.
17th May 2015
I poured my first glass the other day, took a sip and immediately put the bottle awayOr I would have emptied the bottle in one sitting, it is incredible, deep, oily, long finish, tantalising your taste buds what a rum
25th October 2014
21st October 2014
I had an opportunity to try it. I never been a big fan of rum but during one of the wedding which we organised groom pass to us some shots of Eldorado 15years old and 21years old. To be onest - dilighted it is not apropirate word, magnificent not even that. I can not find a word to discribie it. Defenetly it is worth to buy it.
2nd November 2013
Pyrat XO Reserve is excellent. Mount Gay Extra Old is excellent. Zaya 12-year old is excellent. Ron Zacapa Sistema Solera 23 is very good. This stuff is definitely better.
28th February 2013
Must be very special by the looks. I have'nt tasted this yet.
25th November 2011