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Admiral Rodney Rum - HMS Princessa

(70cl, 40%)

Admiral Rodney Rum - HMS Princessa

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Rodney HMS Princessa Bottling Note

The Admiral Rodney rum range from St. Lucia Distillers was inspired by the naval victory of Admiral George Rodney, who ensured British domination of the Caribbean after he defeated the French at Battle of the Saints in 1782. Each rum is named after ships that distinguished themselves in the battle, with this edition being named the 'HMS Princessa'. The HMS Princessa blend contains rums aged for 5 to 9 years which had been made from Coffey still distillates and matured in American white oak Bourbon casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Honeyed raisins, green tobacco and muscovado sugar lead, with hints of tropical spice, dry oak and creme brûlée in the backdrop.

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Admiral Rodney Rum - HMS Princessa Reviews

I like it but...

I like this Rum, and at first I thought the White Oak was a bit over powering for my taste. After letting the Rum stand and slowly warming the glass, I enjoyed the Rum more. The question I asked myself, did I enjoy the Rum enough, to buy another bottle the answer was no. Do not get me wrong, I would drink this again, if was offered, but there are better Rums out there for the same price. It would be interesting for others to comment on White Oak taste.

22nd October 2018

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