Rum

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  • Rumbullion!

    42,6 % || Ableforth’s

    Rumbullion! is an incredible, award-winning spiced rum, exactingly blended using carefully selected Caribbean rum, Madagascan vanilla, orange peel, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom. It’s rich, complex and intensely decadent. It’s brilliant in the summer in all manner of cocktails, but it’s equally at home being sipped on a winter’s evening. Basically, it’s rather tasty and deserves to be drunk, whatever the weather.

    Nose: Wonderfully sweet Madagascan vanilla with clove and cinnamon spices supported by intense orange peel. Extremely inviting.
    Taste: Rich sugars and spices, orange oil, clove, honey and cola cubes. Full of flavour.
    Finish: Very long and spiced with creamy vanilla.

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  • Rumbullion! Chili Chocolate

    42,6% || Ableforth’s

    Rumbullion! is an extraordinary cockle-warming spiced rum, but those clever Ableforth’s folks have changed the game with this limited edition Chilli & Chocolate expression! Criollo cocoa nibs, chipotle chillies and jalapeño chillies join the original Rumbullion! medley of Caribbean rum, Madagascan vanilla, orange peel, cassia, clove and cardamom, resulting in an indulgent and spicy flavour profile. Excellent served over ice, and it makes some marvellous cocktails too. Also, we reckon it’ll be stunning as a winter warmer splashed in a hot chocolate…

    Nose: Intense bittersweet dark chocolate leads with coffee beans, nutmeg, red cola cubes and orange zest in support. Earthy red chilli warmth emerges underneath and is balanced by creamy vanilla.

    Palate: Black Forest gateau, drying cocoa and more thick slabs of dark chocolate are at the core, with gingerbread, cherry cola and hints of aniseed and clove in the back-drop.

    Finish: Nutmeg, drying chilli heat and even more chocolate.

  • Signature Blend #1 Jamaica & Martinique

    42% || That Boutique-y Rum Company

    The first release from That Boutique-y Rum Company’s Signature Blend range is here! Unlike the limited edition releases that make up most of That Boutique-y Rum Company’s selection, these expression will be continuous release, so you come back to them time after time – and after tasting them, you’ll definitely want to. Developed with Pete Holland (of off The Floating Rum Shack fame), this particular treat is made with a combination of unaged rum from Martinique and some particularly bold dark rum from Jamaica. It makes a phenomenal Daiquiri, we’ll tell you that!

    Nose: A delicately sweet and incredibly fresh and fruity nose opens with canned sugar cane juice, Conference pears and foam banana sweets, then dried pineapple rings, a little watermelon and a touch of pink grapefruit tartness. Green notes appear underneath with black olives, classic Martinique grassiness, a hint of seaweed and some eucalyptus leaves.

    Palate: Pear drops, pineapple and banana bread develop from the nose before some vanilla oak appears on alongside green apples, white grapefruit, stewed winter fruits, salted caramel and a little heat and spice from ginger root.

    Finish: A touch of funky Agricole joins a prickle of black pepper spice, more olives, kiwi fruit and sugarcane sweetness.

    Overall: Bright and balanced, this blend will make the Daiquiri you deserve.

    At Vinmonopolet

  • Signature Blend #2 Jamaica & Guyana

    42% || That Boutique-y Rum Company

    Here’s the second Signature Blend from That Boutique-y Rum Company, and this stuff makes a mouthwatering Mai-Tai! Developed with Pete Holland (who you’ll know from The Floating Rum Shack), this terrific expression is made from a combination of particularly rich Guyanese rum and some wonderfully funky Jamaican rums, resulting in a flavour profile you’ll want to return to again and again. Luckily, you’ll be able to do so, as the Signature Blend series will be continuous releases from the Boutique-y bunch! Ideal!

    Nose: Through oily walnuts, rich molasses, dark chocolate, oaky tannins and spicy nutmeg there are pitted Medjool dates, raisins, papaya and banana bread.

    Palate: More woody spice, a hint of engine oil and sweet tobacco makes way for coconut husk, juicy pineapple and roasted apricot. An underlying note of sugarcane is present among darker notes of game meat, coffee beans and returning dark chocolate, before herbal notes of black tea and eucalyptus emerge.

    Finish: Salted caramel, tropical fruit and drying oak.

    Overall: Dark, deep and refined, this is one delightful blend. The mightiest of Mai Tais awaits.

    At Vinmonopolet