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Pusser's 15 Year Old

(75cl, 40%)

Pusser's 15 Year Old

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Pusser's 15 Year Old Bottling Note

In late 2018, Pusser's relaunched it's fantastic 15 Year Old Navy Rum with a shiny new bottle to match! Previously this was made with a blend of rums from Trinidad and Guyana, though this newer edition is made exclusively with rum from Guyana aged for at least 15 years and bottled at 40% ABV. The name harks back to the days when sailors in the British Navy would be given a daily ration of rum (a tot, as it was affectionately known) by the ship's purser.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Chocolate and fudge, followed by hints of black liquorice, toasted walnuts, cassia, black pepper, stewed plums and dried apple slices. Underlying coffee warmth lingers.

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Pusser's 15 Year Old Reviews

What happened???

This new 15 year is bad. Once i tasted this new blend, I bought every bottle of the old red label i could find. Been drinking the red label for a long time. If the red label had extra sugar, caramel, or what ever, added to it, they add it to the new 15 black label. The new 15 year has no sweetness, no smooth flavor. The new blend is harsh, and the flavor is so unpleasant, i cant believe they even released this version, and even more surprised they charge more for this.

I have bought so much of the original red label 15 year, that my supplier would ship it to me in the 6 bottle case. I have 16 bottles of the original 15 year - and i will take my time drinking them. As for now, I have been substituting my frequent thirst for rum by drinking El Dorado 12 year and El dorado 15 year . The 15 year is sweeter, the 12 year is more traditional Dark rum flavor.

16th September 2019

Bring back the red label.

WHAT???? Happened! Why change what was once the best rum on the planet? This went from 5 stars down to two and that's a bit overrated. The charred oak cask killed all the wonderful notes it had. Now all I tasted is burnt wood. Not one sign of rum. Seems they're trying to make a run against the single malt whiskey trade. Why go that route with rum? Rum is rum no matter how you spell it. It simply isn't Scotch period. Totally disappointed and will never buy it again. Bon Voyage Pusser's!

17th August 2019

Disappointed too...

Not tried this but the price hike is enough to put one off and at 40% ABV and likely a heavy sugar content there are much better rums available, Mount Gay XO comes to mind, higher ABV and at half the price too.

26th February 2019

Bitter

Undrinkable. Bitter after taste. I have never been so disappointed in a drink. Apparently the Trinidad distillers won't export the aged rums including the 15 yr old, hence the change. However, this is horrible.

1st February 2019

Why replace the Red Label

Why have they done away with the Red Label which uses the Admiralty recipe and replaced it with this and charge an extra tenner? What were they thinking? My Grandad didn't drink this, I want tradition.

29th January 2019

Disproportionate price

Wow such a price hike for in volume both content and alcohol context.

2nd January 2019

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