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With only 4 casks released in 2022, you better Rum and grab it!
Gazing upon the Holmes Cay (pronounced ‘key') Rum collection is like looking at a high-end art exhibit — only better, because last we heard, you can't exactly sip on a Picasso. What you can do is savor a sip of HC’s heavenly small-batch, limited-edition Rums. Eric Kaye and Maura Gedid, the husband and wife duo behind the brand work like expert curators — scouring the seas for the best Rums from both expected and unexpected places. Their collection offers a variety of flavors that are crafted with the utmost skill and care, including Single Cask selections that aged in cask and Single Origin editions that are younger single expressions or blends. Right now, they've got 10 different countries' Rums up for grabs, but blink, and you might miss 'em!
The Belize 2006 16 Year Old Single Cask Rum is one marvelous specimen from the Travellers Liquors Distillery, located in, yeah, you guessed it, Belize. Made from all molasses and distilled in a manually operated column still, the liquid aged exclusively in ex-Bourbon casks for 16 long years. Naturally, it developed an immensely complex and fruity flavor profile brimming with rich caramel, stone fruit, and cacao. Naturally, with no additives. Bottled at full proof (61% ABV) and with only 4 casks released in 2022, this is a limited edition Rum that will have the collectors clambering for a taste. Splash it with a drop of water for a full-on flavor confrontation… if you dare.
Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet, with aromas of caramel, vanilla, and plum.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
A complex interplay of toffee, cacao, and stone fruit.
Medium-length and oaky.
The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Holmes Cay 16 Year Old Belize 2006 Single Cask Rum and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.
We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.