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BARBADOS 2012 TCRL 46%

Rhum De Melasse, Barbados, 70cl, Ref: 53854

Quantity limited to 2 bottle(s) by client.

Distilled on January 2012, this version was aged first in a tropical climate until March 2017 and then for six months in a continental climate. Through short olfactory and gustatory sketches, each more expressive than the last, it takes us to a truly inviting and original universe, where everything is a pretext for dreams, childhood memories, travel and sharing, with one golden rule: pleasure is king and the present moment for the taking.

Profile: the rich initial nose is fruity, vegetal and spicy. Allowed to breathe, it becomes milky (coconut) and exotic (banana, pineapple). The whole nose is gradually covered in luxurious vegetation. The refined attack is juicy and in turn spicy. The mid-palate reinforces its exotic character. The slightly tannic finish grinds its spices into powder. A note of incense hovers above the gustatory palette.

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  • Appearance : deep gold.
  • Nose : rich, complex. The initial nose is marked by notes of candied fruit (apricot, pear), cane fibre, coffee and spice (ginger, cinnamon). Allowed to breathe, it becomes milky (coconut) and exotic (banana, pineapple). The entire nose is gradually covered in luxurious and heady vegetation (freesia, lily of the valley). Later, notes of hot sugar and wet wood pierce the surface of the aromatic palette.
  • Palate : unctuous, refined. On the attack, the sugar of juicy pears and coconut milk spread across the tongue, immediately followed by spice (cinnamon, clove, star anise) and essential oils (ylang-ylang). On the mid-palate, banana and pineapple return in force, along with Kaffir lime and persimmon. Lingers with fields of sugar cane.
  • Overall : long, slightly tannic. Reduced to powder, the spice soaks every pore of the palate while notes of incense incite meditation. Orange blossom and peony fill the air with their heady fragrances. The retro-nasal olfaction is generous (rum baba, rum-raisin ice cream) and vanilla. The refreshing empty glass overflows with ripe fruit (pear, Mirabelle plum).
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Transcontinental Rum Line s’inspire des voyages historiques des fûts de rhums entre le Nouveau Monde et le Vieux Continent. Depuis les origines de sa production, le rhum a été transporté en Europe, à la fois pour des raisons maritimes, économiques et techniques. Maritimes, parce qu’il permettait d’éviter de boire de l’eau stagnante lors des longues traversées. Économiques, puisque le rhum vieilli en climat continental s’évapore moins vite et mature plus doucement. Techniques, car la variété de fûts disponibles et le savoir-faire incontestable des maîtres de chai cognaçais et écossais permettait d’obtenir des expressions uniques. Par souci de transparence, chaque embouteillage de la série affiche sa proportion de vieillissement en climat continental.
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