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Griffiths Brothers Nine Tails Cask-Aged Rum

(70cl, 42%)

Griffiths Brothers Nine Tails Cask-Aged Rum

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We can't actually ship Griffiths Brothers Nine Tails Cask-Aged Rum to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Nine Tails Cask-Aged Rum Bottling Note

A rich, toasty rum from the Nine Tails range from Griffiths Brothers over in Buckinghamshire! Guyanese Demerara rum has been aged in American white oak casks at the distillery, before being bottled at 42% ABV. We reckon a Rum Old Fashioned is on the cards...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A touch creamy, with banana, honey, and vanilla bolstered by orange and wood spices.

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Griffiths Brothers Nine Tails Cask-Aged Rum Reviews

Great in a Rum and Coke

Love This! Somewhere between a whiskey and a rum. Great with Coke.

23rd November 2021

Perfect Rum and Coke.

Love THIS! Tastes somewhere between a whiskey and a rum. Great with Coke.

23rd November 2021

Too sophisticated for a simpleton like me

To my untrained palate, Nine Tails smells and tastes of TCP (if you're of a certain age you'll smell those medicinal phenols and be immediately transported to your childhood, and not in a good way).
Just to give you an idea of my lack of sophistication, I love Woods rum, which of course is also from guyana; Nine Tails is about as far away from the Woods "Christmas in a bottle" flavour as it's physically possible to be. If I may be indulged with a Clarkson-esque analogy: if Woods rum is Brian Blessed at a party, then Nine Tails is Woody Allen sat in the corner being weird. I mean, no-one can doubt his intelligence and urbanity, but I'd rather be being slapped on the back by Brian while he shouts "Gordon's alive!" than Woody showing me pics of his step children.
That's it then: I'm a simple yokel from the west country who thinks that rum should remind you of the navy, or pirates. It's not to my taste; perhaps it's just a bit too left field for me.
By the way I'm also quite insecure, so I've given it an extra ½ point because if I don't understand it, then it must be really clever ;)

18th October 2021

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