Rhum J.M VSOP Rum 70cl

Martinican Rum • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Country Martinican Rum
Distillery/Brand Rhum J.M
Style Rhum Agricole Rum


Rhum agricole from Martinique, made by renowned distillers Rhum J.M., whom grow their own sugar cane for their spirits. The VSOP is a tasty expression which is matured for three years in re-charred Bourbon barrels. Following this, it is finished in lightly toasted virgin American oak barrels for another year before it is bottled.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Butterscotch, vanilla and cinnamon. Plenty of oak notes.

Palate Oily and sweet with a core of toasty oak notes. Subtle grassy notes, brown sugar and rich toffee.

Finish Lingering hints of chocolate.

Overall A good introduction to the sweet, grassy world of rhum agricole.

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Winner of 1 spirit awards

Rhum Agricole - 2015
The Rum Masters (The Spirits Business)

Allergy information

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Reviews for Rhum J.M VSOP
My absolute favorite agricole! Less smooth, but far more flavorful than its counterpart in Clement VSOP.
Nose: bright sugarcane grassiness with hints of American oak smoke and a whiff of caramel

Palate: delightful. Rich and bone dry grass intermingles with burnt sugar, toffee and coconut.

Finish: fairly long, soft mown grass and sun soaked oak linger for a couple minutes.
Scott H , United States
4 months ago
Not the smoothest but flavour wise, very interesting.
Cole , United Kingdom
one year ago
Punchy but with an elaborate and evolving flavour profile. One to try!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Sharp tast
Very sharp, wouldn’t recommend
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Awful. Like gasoline.
Really bad. I thought it was whiskey when I smelled it at first. But upon tasting, literally like sipping diesel, I can’t get rid of the stuff though no-one will drink it.
Gav T , United Kingdom
2 years ago