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A Gold award winner at the 2003 International Rum Festival Awards. Gosling's Gold is a blend of pot still and continuous still spirits from Bermuda, aged for around five years.
The nose is of medium-body with notes of crème anglaise, stone fruits, dried peels, tropical fruit salad, toasty oak and a hint of spice. The palate is gentle and rounded with notes of zest and fruit salad, a little nut oil note with pepper and oak.
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My wife and I stayed in Bermuda for the entire month of May in 2005.While there we tasted and fell in love with the taste of Gosling's Gold.We had been looking for an exceptional amber rum for years, and have sampled many, many rums from around the world. Gosling's Gold is it for us. Not overpowering, very smooth, nicely understated, but exceptionally hard to get in Canada, outside of Nova Scotia.
1st October 2015
Disappointing really did not get the taste I was waiting for yes drank neat it goes down smoothly no harshness but even with the low price from goslings I wanted more
31st May 2015
Dissappointing .really did not get the taste I was waiting for yes it is pleasant and goes down smoothly no harshness but even with the low price tag I wanted more from a goslings rum but that is not to say this rum is not drinkable, just do not expect to much from it .
29th May 2015
A nice smooth rum, goes down easily enough but dissapointingly it's a bit bland. The flavours, when you do get them, are quite pleasant but they are very subtle and easily missed. I'd definitely recommend serving neat because even a small amount of ice will take away the flavours completely.
20th September 2010