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Plantation Jamaica 2007

(70cl, 48.4%)

Plantation Jamaica 2007

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Plantation Jamacia 2007 Bottling Note

A 2007 vintage Jamaican rum here released by Plantation. This particular expression was distilled at the Clarendon Distillery, and matured in Jamaica for 13 years before being moved over to France for a final two years of rest in Cognac casks. It was then bottled up at 48.4% ABV, with some manatees on the label. Wonderful animals, those manatees.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Powerful mango and melon notes, wrapped up in hints of vanilla and cinnamon.

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Plantation Jamaica 2007 Reviews

Great Jamaican Rum

Soft, tropical fruit and garden shed petrochemicals with a touch of funk.
Not particularly complex, but a finish that goes on forever.
Quality juice. No added sugar. Classy Jamaican.

18th May 2022

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