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Project #173 Pumpkin Spice Rum

(50cl, 42%)

Project #173 Pumpkin Spice Rum
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#173 Pumpkin Spice Rum Bottling Note

In case you were wondering what the ultimate autumn flavour is, it is of course pumpkin spice. As such, the team behind Project #173 has got its cosy wool jumpers and snazzy knit hats on to make its very own Pumpkin Spice Rum! With a good quality rum at its heart, this expression features a warming medley of spices that'll be perfect for putting an autumnal twist on classic rum cocktails, perfect for chilly evenings. The bottle also looks grand, complete with a piece of 23 karat gold leaf (which seems fairly appropriate, considering the leaves you see all over the shop during autumn).

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Warming cinnamon rolls, apple pie, nutmeg, raw honey, a whisper of cooked pineapple.

Palate: Gingerbread and pepper cookies, cola cubes, zesty orange, brown sugar.

Finish: Hints of clove, cinnamon, and treacle linger.

Overall: Instantly recognisable as pumpkin spice, with rum warmth carrying it along deliciously.

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