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Chairman's Reserve 1931

(70cl, 46%)

Chairman's Reserve 1931

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We can't actually ship Chairman's Reserve 1931 to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Chairman's Reserve 1931 Bottling Note

Chairman's Reserve 1931 rum from St. Lucia Distillers was made as a tribute to the founder, Denis Barnard, and the year he established the distillery, 1931. The rum marries a blend of both molasses and agricole rum, distilled in both Coffey and pot stills, which are then aged in both bourbon and Port casks. It's quite a varied spread. The complex spirit is then presented in an elegant decanter, complete with wooden stopper.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Well-structured, with raisins, cocoa, crème caramel and butterscotch, followed by tannic oak and a hint of leather, with classic sugarcane grassiness appearing on the finish.

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Chairman's Reserve 1931 Reviews

My number one ☝️ rum

Jolly good rum, perfect sipping over ice

3rd August 2021

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