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New Grove Oak Aged Rum

(70cl, 40%)

New Grove Oak Aged Rum

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New Grove Oak Aged Rum Bottling Note

From the beautiful Island of Mauritius, all the way out in the Indian Ocean, comes the cracking New Grove Oak Aged Rum. A spicy, sensual blend of rums aged between 1 and 15 years. Perfect on ice for a superb mix of hot and cold.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Orange, clove, polished oak and milk chocolate.

Palate: Cinnamon, ginger, cigar box and leafy herbs.

Finish: Brown sugar, cooked fruit, beeswax and toasted almond.

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New Grove Oak Aged Rum Reviews

Not bad for the price

Quite an unusual flavour, with a slight saltiness, strong hints of milk chocolate and an almost peppery, spicy finish. This is a 'pure' rum (no added sugar, colour etc) and as the colour would suggest it is quite young so doesn't give the alcoholic kick you would get from a maturer bottle. Having said that, it isn't too bland and goes well over ice.

Probably won't buy this one again as I prefer a stronger alcohol flavour, but will definitely give the 5 year old New Grove a try.

14th September 2020

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