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A stunning 10 year old dark rum created at the North of Barbados at St Nicholas Abbey, owned by Larry Warren. This is made by blending pot and column still rums that were acquired by Larry when he purchased the distillery in 2006. He reracked the rum into new casks before bottling. Beautifully presented too, this is a great little sipper.
Nose: A sweet, spicy nose with notes of vanilla spice, toffee apples, barrel char, maple spice and buttery, creamy toffee. Hints of marzipan and dates, alongside just a tinge of espresso bean.
Palate: Light, soft and fruity palate giving up oak and bourbon notes, more of those marzipan notes from the nose, and something akin to rose petal jelly. Thick and creamy.
Finish: Good length, with parma violets and butterscotch.
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A delightful Rum, if a little overpriced, produced at Foursqare distillery. St.Nicholas now have their own still so it will be interesting to make comparisons in a few years when the "on site" production is available.
28th August 2016
one of the best sipping rums , a classic
26th August 2016
Wow what a beautiful rum to drink very smooth to sip and taste exactly how those chaps at m.of.m says it does .is it worth the price you bet it is buy yourself a bottle and enjoy .must go as my 4 shot of this great rum is ready to go
6th April 2015
RT . Just opened my bottle of this wonderful rum it lived up to my expectations of taste and after feeling will not ruin the surprise of it so buy your own bottle and enjoy well worth the price
3rd April 2015