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Pyrat Rum Cask 1623

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1035627
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Pyrat Rum Cask 1623 750ml

Pyrat Rum Cask 1623

Awesome blend of nine Caribbean pot-still rums, some of which are aged up to 40 years. Cask 1623 is a very special rum with a pronounced rich, sweet orange flavour. Opens with multiple dried and fresh fruit aromas – peaches, grapes, prunes, green figs and sherried walnuts; rich and dense body with ginger-peachy and maple sugar flavors; well-managed tannins and acids, with a powerful, long and strong finish.

The brand is owned by Patron Spirits and gets its name from the Old English word for 'pirate.' The stout bottle of the XO Reserve is also a tribute to this heritage. The rums are a blend of select pot still rums sourced throughout the Caribbean, many of which are around 15 years old, and some are created in a miraculously long-living wood still that has been running rum for 300 years. Once blended, the rum is matured further in French Limousin and toasted American oak barrels. This seems like an excessive amount of aging given the Caribbean climate which speeds aging, but that is likely the reason behind the extreme taste found in Pyrat.

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Patron Spirits Company Pyrat Rum Cask 1623
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Awesome blend of nine Caribbean pot-still rums, some of which are aged up to 40 years. Cask 1623 is a very special rum with a pronounced rich, sweet orange flavour. Opens with multiple dried and fresh fruit aromas – peaches, grapes, prunes, green figs and sherried walnuts; rich and dense body with ginger-peachy and maple sugar flavors; well-managed tannins and acids, with a powerful, long and strong finish.
 

Notes on the Pyrat Rum Cask 1623 750ML

Technical Notes The brand is owned by Patron Spirits and gets its name from the Old English word for 'pirate.' The stout bottle of the XO Reserve is also a tribute to this heritage. The rums are a blend of select pot still rums sourced throughout the Caribbean, many of which are around 15 years old, and some are created in a miraculously long-living wood still that has been running rum for 300 years. Once blended, the rum is matured further in French Limousin and toasted American oak barrels. This seems like an excessive amount of aging given the Caribbean climate which speeds aging, but that is likely the reason behind the extreme taste found in Pyrat.