Archive PANAMA 2010 Batch #3 TCRL

PANAMA 2010 Batch #3 TCRL 43%

Rhum De Melasse, Panama, 70cl, Ref: 52160B

Distilled on January 2010, this version was aged first in a tropical climate until May 2016 and then for more than a year in a continental climate. A subtle blend of freshness and maturity, this panama proudly asserts it numerous about-turns. One of the most radical and spectacular appears during the transition from the nose to the palate. Whilst developing in an incredibly tertiary register (marmalade), out of the blue, spices, chillies and a particular present medicinal note appear. With its rollercoasters the star attraction, it couldn’t be more charming.

Profile: the unctuous initial nose wavers between exotic fruit, spice and green liquorice. Allowed to breathe, it reveals notes of honey and vanilla. Gradually it becomes increasingly mature. The lively attack is hot and medicinal (balm). Next, ripe fruits release their sweet juices onto the tongue and coconut milk coats the sides of the palate. The finish is heady, exotic, vanilla and mentholated.

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Tasting note

  • Appearance : burnished gold with glints of topaz.
  • Nose : rich, unctuous. The initial nose wavers between exotic fruit (pineapple), fresh fruit (apple, peach), spice (star anise, clove), green liquorice and dried fruit (walnut, almond). Allowed to breathe, it becomes more honeyed (acacia), roasted (coffee, tobacco) and vanilla. Medicinal notes (balm, mustard) then appear. This collection of aromas creates a sensation of deep cohesion and great maturity (marmalade, almond milk).
  • Palate : very lively, energetic. Parting ways with the nose, the hot (Cayenne), spicy (clove) and medicinal (balm) attack packs a lot of punch. Underscored by notes of zan liquorice sweets and sugar cane, very ripe fruits gradually release their deliciously tangy juices. On the mid-palate, cane sugar spreads across the tongue and coconut milk coats the sides of the palate. Gradually, spices and balms return in force to heal the gustatory wounds.
  • Overall : long, dense. Just as fibrous (sugar cane, bamboo), the finish takes us to the tropics to savour delicious exotic desserts. Increasingly vanilla, it is also mentholated and slightly salty. On the retro- nasal olfaction, green liquorice and cashew nuts form an eloquent and well-balanced duo. The empty glass is vanilla and vegetal (sugar cane).
The brand


Artist, Lands of Scotland, Malt Pedigree, Tartan, The Ten, Very Cloudy... all of these whisky ranges – composed of single malts and single grains – have one thing in common: they were all created by the team at La Maison du Whisky. They are the fruits of many decades of close collaboration with some of the most prestigious bottlers in Scotland. For some years the French importer and exclusive distributor of the classic ranges of well-known spirits producers, La Maison du Whisky was soon granted the very rare privilege of being able to complement these ranges with their own, bringing together two sets of expertise, two reputations and two complementary histories under one, single label.


The line

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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