An exclusive Private Cask Selection of Foursquare rum to warm up for ECS XIII “2008”
Black Tot Finest Caribbean celebrates the end of the historic naval tradition.
How does it tot up?
Rum from El Salvador blended with Jamaican pot still and presented at 55.5%.
An exceptional blend of rums from Guadeloupe, Guyana and Jamaica.
Is Compagnie des Indes Kaiman a ferocious old alligator? Or has old age turned Kaiman into a mellow, pleasant experience?
Rum Malecon from Panama at 48.4% and 40%
Additives? Genuine age statements? How do they taste?
Agricole from Madeira aged in a beer cask.
Zero additives…a rather tasty tot of rum.
Admiral Rodney Officer’s Release No.1 Port Finish.
45% ABV traditional column still with a Port Cask “Finish”
Stunning agricole rum from Madeira at 51.7%.
Rum 970: Madeira Wine Cask Finish
My third Foursquare review of the week is something of a unicorn in the rum world currently (2020).
Foursquare’s first collaboration with Velier, the 10 year old Single Blended Rum, “2006”.
Is this as tasty as you remember when it first came out?
The second of three Foursquare reviews this week is an independent bottling – Foursquare 2005 “Milano Rum Festival” – aged 12 years and 57%.
As good as Plenipotenziario?
Better than Nobiliary?