Flor de Cana 18 Year Old

DESCRIPTION

This stunning amber rum is full-bodied, with a rich complexity of flavors and a smooth finish that stays with you, long after the swallow. The Centenario 18 is almost two decades in the making, and you can taste the craftsmanship and tradition in every drop.

Palate

A rich entry leads to a viscous, dryish, full-bodied palate with dark chocolate, caramel, roasted nuts, and brown spice flavors. Finishes with a long, charred oak, vanilla, and burnt nut fade.

Gold Medal Winner at San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Ron Zacapa 23

This is first-class Guatemalan rum is made from virgin sugar cane honey–the first press of the sugar cane that’s boiled down to thicken–rather than molasses, which is a byproduct of the sugar-making process. This results in a finer, sweeter, smoother rum. Aged in the solera method, like Sherry, the Zacapa Centenario is very dark–mahogony with coppery tints–and has a clove, cocoa, cinnamon and orange peel-scented nose. The palate is sweet and smooth, with cocoa, orange and honey flavors and a sensuous, viscous texture. It finishes long and smooth. It received 97 points from the Beverage Tasting Institute and a Gold Medal at the 2007 International Cane Spirits Festival.

Goslings Family Reserve Rum

Just as its name states, this relatively new rum from Gosling’s has been around a while. While the recipe is more than a century-and-a-half old, the rum has only been commercially available since 2005. Each bottle is hand-filled, hand-labeled, individually numbered and sealed with a cork and wax, but it’s the elixir that’s inside that counts. Reportedly based on a secret family recipe passed down for seven generations, Gosling’s Family Reserve Old Rum is distilled from fermented molasses and aged in used whiskey barrels for a smoky, oaky, masculine taste. It plays on the tongue like a wave across the ocean, leaving buried treasure in its wake.

St. Lucia Distiller’s “Chairman’s Reserve The Forgotten Casks”

On May 2nd 2007 St. Lucia Distillers was struck by a major fire destroying a large portion of their property. While the distillery was spared, they did loose lot of storage space forcing them to store casks is the most unusual places, causing them to loose track of some these barrels. Fortunately some these casks were recently discovered and were found to be wonderfully complex, fine rum that deserves it’s own label. Golden mahogany in color, St. Lucia Distiller’s “Chairman’s Reserve The Forgotten Casks” Blended Rum offers a wonderfully intense nose of sweet raisin, sultana and hints of tobacco and vanilla. The palate is rich and complex with notes of sweet honeyed fruit, mocha and spices.