American oak barrels play host to this rum where it ages for 3 to 4 years. Next, a woody and nutmeg palette is drawn out in Ferrand French oak casks as the rum continues to mature for 1 to 2 years. The result is a subtle and tropical Barbadian-style rum.
Perfect Serve: Excellent for aperitifs or classic cocktails like the Mai Tai.
Nose: Bakery fragrances with some pipe tobacco, toasted marshmallow, followed by notes of bacon fat, black raisin, prune.
Palate: Bittersweet, roasted and then engagingly toasty, nearly fruity, as in baked orchard fruits, and resin. Finishes medium long, chocolate-y
Raw Material: Sugarcane molasses
Aging: 3-4 years tropically in ex-Bourbon casks and 1-2 years continentally in ex-Ferrand Cognac casks
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