Originally from Trinidad, this wonderful anejo is from an Assembly balanced light and strong molasses rums, whose youngest is aged a minimum of 8 years. Aged in American oak bourbon barrels (burnt inside), this rum owes its name to the discovery of casks dating back to 1919, but discovered in 1932 following a fire that destroyed the warehouse outside the Government customs
Soft nose: toffee, vanilla, caramel, molasses and cocoa.
Mouth: Remarkably smooth and well rounded. An outbreak of generous and honeyed flavors; notes of hazelnut and toast.
This rum has a beautiful amber and very attractive color on coffee and caramel nuances. It is also fairly concentrated in its visual appearance.
Final: Warming and soothing.
Islands of Trinidad and Tobago
Even if they are cleared to long from British tutelage, the so-called "English" Islands (from Jamaica to Trinidad) have retained origins a preeminence in rum. Because the Anglo-Saxons developed as early as the 17th century, sugar and sugarcane, especially destined for the Royal Navy, well before the French and the Spanish.
|Type of products||Liquor|
|Country||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Main grape variety||No|