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Rhum J.M Vintage 1999

(70cl, 42.6%)

Rhum J.M Vintage 1999

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Rhum J.M Vintage 1999 Bottling Note

A 1999 vintage rhum agricole from top Martinican producers, Rhum J.M. This particular bottling was distilled in September 1999 and bottled at 42.6% ABV in May 2015.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, coffee beans, cola cubes and bright vanilla.

Palate: Stewed plum, nutmeg, ginger, tobacco and another helping of rich coffee.

Finish: Heavy oak, black pepper and fresh orange.

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Rhum J.M Vintage 1999 Reviews

80% ethanol taste that got poured down the sink

strong ethanol, I like rum but this was so overpowering it got poured down the sink, thankfully a 30cl tester only.

31st March 2020

Lovely, but is it worth the price?

On the nose: an immediate hit of charred oak, smokiness and a fresh sweetness of liquorice, followed by deeper notes of mulled wine, cloves and cooked plums

On the palate: Silky smooth with an initial bite of alcohol, settling to deeper flavours such as that charred oak again, vanilla, plums and black treacle.

Settling on the tongue: a subtle sweetness of liquorice lingers, with the final taste being that of smokey black fruits and tobacco.

It's delicious and would go well with a fine cigar, a roaring fire and a good book!

21st December 2016

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