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A delicious dark rum distilled in Guyana, Skipper was launched in 1930 and it still has the same label! A rich, thick spirit which works brilliantly well in cocktails, or with cola and a squeeze of lime.
Nose: Treacle, butterscotch and manuka honey on the nose, with hints of black pepper, espresso bean and charred oak.
Palate: Buttery and smooth with notes of crème caramel, gooey toffee and custard. Lots of spice going on, particularly pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Finish: Good length, fading away on cinnamon and gingernut biscuits.
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Hi, as a Skipper drinker and fan, I was aghast to see the label has been ruined by some amateur re-work! It is NOT the same at all! The original featured a very dashing destroyer, and superior art altogether. Grrrrrr. why?
16th December 2016
This rich rum is perfect for egg nog.
25th November 2015
Just to add that is my review next down, but forgot to score. Score is based on taste and value for money.
28th December 2014
I tried this at at a Drambusters tasting, and bought a bottle for my dads Christmas. May get one for myself at some point, as it's great value for money, and one of the best I've tried in the price range. can taste the charred oak and black pepper notes but also other things going on. Try it - well worth it.
Spirit of choice at Hawick Common-Riding. Try a nip with some full fat, cold milk. Lovely.
9th December 2014
Sensational value for money, a drinks cabinet staple.
21st January 2014