Plantation Trinidad Vintage 2005 Rum

Plantation Trinidad Vintage 2005 Rum

(0.75l, 42%)

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Well-aged Trinidad Rum with an explosive palate of fruit and wood tones.

Plantation Rum is owned by French Cognac producer Maison Ferrand, who control no less than a dozen major brands of premium Spirits and Liqueurs. Ferrand is all about quality — and you can taste it. Plantation Rum is their top shelf Rum label. And mighty good stuff it is, too. They offer a variety of Rums from the Caribbean. Depending on the specific actual plantation and the country of origin, the Rums can vary between soft and aromatic to light and elegant — each one showing the experienced influence of Maison Ferrand.

It’s hard to find a true vintage Rum. But Plantation Rum is dedicated to keeping the series going — cheers to them. Plantation Trinidad Vintage 2005 Rum was fermented from molasses for four days and distilled at Trinidad Distillers in a four-column still. It aged in the tropics for eleven years in Bourbon casks, then two to three hears in Ferrand Cognac casks at Château de Bonbonnet in France and bottled it at 42% ABV. This particular combination emphasized the fruit tones with plenty of wood.

Smartass Corner:
The original name for the island of Trinidad in the native Arawak language was "lēre" — roughly meaning "place of hummingbirds."

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What does Plantation Trinidad Vintage 2005 Rum taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Medium Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The fruit profile starts n the nose with notes of mango and canned peaches followed by mixed citrus zests and wildflower honey.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is full with lemon zest leaping on the tongue followed by marzipan, young pear, toasted wood, and smoked spices.

The finish is long, woody, and a bit spicy.
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