Ableforth's Rumbullion Navy Strength

Ableforth's Rumbullion Navy Strength

(0.7l, 57%)


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An award-winning, cask strength, spiced Caribbean Rum worth the dram.

Atom Drinks Group was founded in 1996 by Justin Petszaft who — while working on his Ph.D. program in physics — started working at a local Single Malt Whisky shop in the UK. He eventually acquired the shop and set about bringing the business online, expanding operations, and recruiting a few of his childhood friends to join him. The business has expanded to develop and market their own line of signature spirits. Their award-winning brands include Abelforth’s, Darkness, Origin, and nearly a dozen other spirits.
Ableforth’s offers a line of three Rumbullion Spiced Rums. All of them are award winners and include infusions of Madagascar vanilla, orange zest, and baking spices. But where their “normal” Spiced Rum is delivered at a more respectable 42.6% ABV, their Navy Strength Rum clocks in at a more festive 57%, which we think is darned near cask strength. And that’s enough power and flavor to bring out the sailor in all of us.
Smartass corner:
There are several conflicting theories about where the word “Rum” came from. But one of the most accepted is that it came from a lending of the words “rumbullion,” which referred to “noisy and uncontrollable exuberance,” and “saccharum,” the Latin word for sugar.
  • Category
  • Style
    Spiced rum
  • Region
    South America
  • Country
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    Undisclosed Distillery from Guyana
  • Age

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What does Ableforth's Rumbullion Navy Strength taste like?

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Dog Dogson's
A little bit of etymology; nobody really knows where the word Rum comes from. Most popular suggestions are: Rum (the Romani word for potent), Rumbullion (an uproar), Saccharum (sugar in Latin), Rummer (a Dutch drinking glass).

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
The nose is a blast of vanilla, spice cake, orange zest, cola, wood, and brittle toffee.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
The flavors match the nose but add extra doses of cinnamon and salted caramel notes.
The finish is long and predictably spicy.

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