plantation rum barbados 5yr 750ml
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Plantation Barbados 5 years is a blend of rum from Barbados, the birthplace of rum. This blend ages first in Bourbon casks in its native tropical setting before crossing the sea to Chateau Bonbonnet in France. There, in small oak barrels primarily used to age Pierre Ferrand cognac, the rum continues its journey of aging under the watchful eye of the House's cellar master.
Beautiful amber gold. A true bajan rum with complex and well-balanced notes of ripe tropical fruits and vanilla, evolving to delicate hints of white peach and coconut. The palate is warm and complex with 2 different levels of flavors. The double aging creates a first wave of tropical candied fruits leading to voluptuous bourbon vanilla notes, whose richness is perfectly balanced by the fresh fruits and delicate tannins of the second wave.
Alc./Vol. : 42%
Origin : Jamaica
Raw material : Molasses
Fermentation : Plummer: 5 days, Wedderburn: 5 days, high esters: 2 weeks
Distillation : 2001, pot still
Tropical ageing : 11 years in Bourbon cask, Jamaica
Continental ageing, elevage : 2 years in Pierre Ferrand cask, Chateau de Bonbonnet, France.
"The bright copper color is warm and appealing to the eye; excellent purity. The first whiffs discover deep scents that include brown sugar, molasses, and vanilla bean; seven minutes of further air contact unleash layers of aroma that consist of succulent ripe tropical fruit (baked banana?), marzipan, refined sugar, and honey. The palate entry features off-dry flavors of sweet oak and maple; at midpalate there's a whole army of intriguing, bittersweet tastes including black pepper, molasses, dark chocolate, and palm oil. The finish is long, bittersweet, and woody. Every bit the match of the earlier expression; a truly lovely, sophisticated rum that's true to the tradition profile of Barbados."- F. Paul Pacult, Spirit Journal