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RedLeg Caramelised Pineapple

(70cl, 37.5%)

RedLeg Caramelised Pineapple

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RedLeg Pineapple Bottling Note

Another delicious spiced rum from RedLeg, this expression is infused with vanilla, Jamaican ginger and caramelised pineapple. The rum base is distilled in the Caribbean and then rested in oak, before the completely natural pineapple flavour is added. The result is a warming and fruity rum that would do very well in summery cocktails or simply mixed with tonic! The creature on the label looks like it's running away from a tiny pineapple. Enjoy making up your own story as to why it is so scared of the tiny pineapple while enjoying this fab spiced rum.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A good kick of ginger and pepper spice, creamy vanilla and syrupy, caramelised sweet pineapple.

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RedLeg Caramelised Pineapple Reviews

Sweets in golden liquid form

Delicious if you have a sweet tooth!
The smell and initial taste is like haribo pineapple sweets and the finish is like a rich sticky toffee pudding.
Certainly brought a childish smile to my face with every sip.

25th April 2021

not great

I bought this on a whim as I love the combination of grilled pineapple and rum. I was somewhat disappointed to discover that this is the worst liquid created by mankind (and I'm including several liquids produced by the human body). I did finally manage to get rid of it at a party by mixing it with ginger ale and convincing everyone it was a well-known cocktail called Jacksonville Swamp Water or "Swazz" for short. Swazz was not popular.

16th April 2021

Wow

This is delicious a wondeful summer drink, I had it with tonic and lemonade ice cubes

4th April 2021

For people who love sweet drinks

My favourite drink of all time sweet but so nice!!

23rd November 2020

Vile.

Disgustingly artifical. Buy Plantation's Pineapple Stiggins instead.

25th September 2020

Yum

This is so nice!

23rd September 2020

super tasty, really good value!

I agree with some people that the pineapple is a bit much when served neat, but mixed with ginger ale or some other fizzy drink - it's perfect!

23rd September 2020

Great summer drink

So tasty! Delicious with ginger ale and lime.

17th September 2020

This. A little ginger ale, ice and crushed lime wedges.

There’s not much I could add to the last review. Perfect with a little ginger ale, ice and lots of limes (give em a squeeze). I’m just sorry I only found this out too late in the summer.

15th September 2020

Neat taste horrid. With Mango Mixer, delicious.

Neat, I don’t like this. For me there is no sweetness at all, just too much of a acrid sensation once swallowed. However, mixed with a quality mixer this rum morphs into something much more mellow and sugary. I tried this first with Coca-Cola and yes it did improve the rum, because the pineapple finally comes through, making this drink sweeter. Nevertheless, I found that even when mixed with Coca-Cola there was still a weird unpleasant aftertaste. So I tried Rubicon fizzy mango as a mixer, because I discovered that mango and pineapple are meant to go well together. And yes bingo. Using Rubicon as a mixer instead of Coca-Cola, this rum becomes deliciously fruity and sweet, and more importantly, the jarring aftertaste disappears.

12th September 2020

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