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Uitvlugt 16 Year Old 1999 Guyanese Rum - Kill Devil (Hunter Laing)

(70cl, 46%)

Uitvlugt 16 Year Old 1999 Guyanese Rum - Kill Devil (Hunter Laing)

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Uitvlugt 16yo Kill Devil Bottling Note

A single cask Guyanese dark rum, distilled in December 1999 in a pot still at the Uitvlugt Distillery - which is now sadly closed. It was bottled by Hunter Laing at 16 years old for its Kill Devil series, which aims to showcase the quality and diversity of rum. Only 355 bottles were released.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Smoky and earthy notes of charcoal. A fresh rum, strong waxy notes with sharp and vegetal flavours of herbs, grass, grapefruit and lemon peel. A long and zesty finish.

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Uitvlugt 16 Year Old 1999 Guyanese Rum - Kill Devil (Hunter Laing) Reviews

Infectious, mildy funky pot still

This is my first Uitvlugt but I'm relatively familiar with Jamaican and Guyanese rums and pot vs. column still styles. This one really grows on me, and a dram really does little justice, while two or three brings out all the joy and subtleties. Hot, sugared lemon peels, some grassy medicinals, and even a hint of dunnage on the nose. The palate grows to spicy, gingery nutmeg and a tad of white pepper with citrus and tropical fruitiness... banana yes, guava too. There's a slight tarry-ness that rounds it out rather well. The finish is very long. A bit earthy, tarry, some lingering spice. I'm gonna miss this bottle.

27th January 2020

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