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Jaffa Cake Rum

(70cl, 42%)

Jaffa Cake Rum

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Jaffa Cake Rum Bottling Note

The folks behind the excellent Jaffa Cake Gin have gone ahead and found a new partner for the classic orangey, chocolatey treat - rum! Akin to its gin-based sibling, Jaffa Cake Rum is made with actual, no-foolin' Jaffa cakes, alongside oranges, fresh orange peel and cocoa powder, but this time it's been blended with Caribbean rum! As it turns out, this is also an ideal combination - which shouldn't be too surprising, considering that chocolate plus rum and orange plus rum are both fab flavour combos already. However, when they all come together in Jaffa Cake Rum, it is spectacular! Not only does it do very well in a Daiquiri, it also makes a mean Rum Old Fashioned with only a splash of vermouth needed.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich hot chocolate wafts arrive first, followed by zesty orange bolstered by the fruit-forward rum notes developing. Subtle ginger heat and vanilla pod earthiness in the background.

Palate: Juicy orange jumps to the fore, though vanilla-rich, subtly grassy rum elements remain prevalent. Cakey sweetness balances dark chocolate, with a tangy hint of tropical fruit giving it some pep.

Finish: Almost buttery, with orange oil and mocha hints lasting long on the finish.

Overall: The flavours that rum and Jaffa cakes share are accentuated incredibly well in Jaffa Cake Rum, and they blend brilliantly together, making for an approachable yet supremely satisfying delight.

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Jaffa Cake Rum Reviews

More Jaffa than cake, but still good

This has a more predominantly orange flavour than the gin or the vodka from the same makers. It’s very smooth - if you like your rum neat this one will slip down very easily - but there’s only a hint of chocolate on the palate at the very end and not much cake.

3rd February 2021

Just like Jaffa cakes

This stuff is amazing , the orange hits you then the chocolate , just like Jaffa cakes , it’s lush , not synthetic in anyway leaves you wanting more ,so if your like Jaffa cakes you will Love this

1st February 2021

Buy the gin

It really isn’t what you were expecting. Unlike the Jaffa Cake gin, the rum doesn’t hit the spot. Not unpleasant but a slight disappointment.

29th January 2021

Too much orange.

Received this as a gift, sorry not my taste.
Real orange peel aftertaste hence I stick to traditional rums and avoid spiced/flavored ones.
WmcQ

16th January 2021

Not got any taste of jaffa cake ,it's a smooth rum,but not any jaffa taste,still nice mind.

12th January 2021

Will but again and again.

One sip taste rum two sips taste orange three sips taste chocolate. Repeated till bottle empty.

7th January 2021

Loved it Yum Yum.

Very smooth, and lovely chocolate orange flavour, the problem is it is very More ish,
Definitely one that must be tried.

24th December 2020

Smooth and mellow

Fantastic, lovely warm notes.

12th December 2020

Dangerously enjoyable

Dangerously enjoyable

21st November 2020

Tasty treat

Jaffa Cake Rum definitely hits the spot a light jaffa cake after taste. Some may see a gimmick but it's more like a modern classic.

12th November 2020

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