Twin Fin Spiced Golden Rum 70cl

Caymanian Rum • 70cl • 38%
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Twin Fin Spiced Golden Rum
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Country Caymanian Rum
Distillery/Brand Twin Fin
Style Spiced Rum

Twin Fin Spiced Rum

From the very same people in Cornwall behind the Tarquin's Gin range comes Twin Fin Spiced Golden Rum! This expression brings together pot-still rum from Jamaica and column-still rum from the Dominican Republic, which is combined with a spice mixture including vanilla and orange that's distilled in a flame-fired copper-pot still. To this, a touch of Pedro Ximénez sherry is added, and it's then allowed to rest over oak chips.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Clove-studded orange, guava, a touch of banana, very slightly grassy at points, molasses, soft oaky smoke, brandy snaps and gingerbread.

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Reviews for Twin Fin Spiced Golden Rum
Pebto bismol and tutti frutti gum
The smell is like a chemical fruit basket, aftertaste is pepto bismol for hours. Nothing else happens inbetween
Ragnar E , Iceland
one month ago
Truly dreadful
I'm trying hard to place the flavor. I have heard that it's made from a base of Dominican and Jamaican rums, vanilla, orange, and oak staves that have been soaked in Pedro Ximenez Sherry. The result is awful mess of flavor that cannot be saved. Even by spiced rum standards, Twin Fins takes the lead as the worst rum I've had all year.
Master of Malt Customer
2 months ago
Had this in my rum advent calendar today and it's the first one I've not liked. Doesn't taste of rum, just nasty vanilla (which I usually like) and banana.
Martin B , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Banana rum
Total waste of money , no rum taste just strange chemically banana flavour! Nice bottle that’s about all it has going for it !
Lisa Parker , United Kingdom
3 months ago
Just bad. Really, really bad.
I had high hopes for this, especially given its price point, but after one drink it’s been put to the back of the cupboard. When drunk neat, all you get is ethanol burn and no real flavour other than smoke. None of the sweet flavour you would expect with rum and no spice at all. Almost like a new batch spirits that has had artificial flavours added without ever being in a barrel.

I persevered and tried it with cola, and it made tolerable but I couldn’t have had another one. With the mixer added, you get some banana flavour and maybe a hint of vanilla. But still overwhelmingly ashy, almost oily. Hopefully I’ll find a cocktail recipe that makes it palatable, otherwise it’s going to be a big waste of money.
Master of Malt Customer
7 months ago
Oh dear gods no
Taste like smoking the wrong end a cigarette, burning plastic and instant regret
Char , United Kingdom
one year ago
Not Nice
Was bought a bottle as a gift, it's absolutely awful, drink it neat it has an oily mouthfeel and what tastes like the harsh burn of raw unaged alcohol suddenly overwhelms your palate, genuinely unpleasant it's undrinkable.
There are a lot better out there for less money.
Jason , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Much better alternatives around
Sorry not good. Love rum but this is not really drinkable even if diluted in a cocktail. None of my fiends will touch it.
Mark , United Kingdom
2 years ago
If you want a banana/vanilla flavoured rum, go for Bombo
It’s absolutely bloody awful. Somebody must have accidentally spilled a ton of vanilla essence into the mix. No mixer can mask the god awful flavour of this poor excuse for a spiced rum. Incredible that Tarquins let this disastrous rum out.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Not great
The toffee/banana flavour for me is not great! It has a taste and smell that I find quite vinegery which is odd. Not a rum ill be buying again unfortunately
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago