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Takamaka Bay St André 8 Year Old Rum

(70cl, 40%)

Takamaka Bay St André  8 Year Old Rum

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Takamaka Bay 8YO Bottling Note

Distilled in the sunny Seychelles, Takamaka Bay rum is brainchild of two brothers, Richard and Bernard d’Offay. The distillery was opened in 2002 to make rum according to their grandfather's recipe. This is their 8 year old St. André rum, named after their plantation.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Juicy marmalade, golden syrup and rich honey. Smells good enough to put on toast.

Palate: Oak spice and creamy caramel. Hints of heat. Vanilla.

Finish: A lasting finish of oak and ginger.

Overall: Great stuff, but despite the cracking notes on the nose, it's best to enjoy it on the rocks rather than on your toast.

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Takamaka Bay St André 8 Year Old Rum Reviews

Good Rum but a pity about the story

Is a nice sipping rum, hope the blend never changes.
But to clarify there is no plantation nor distillery only an image of one. The rum is bottled in Seychelles that is about it..Did the tour of the place and it is obvious if you open your eyes.

16th March 2016

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