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even on there biggest bottle i can go to the liquir store & get it for 25.00 dollars even no more sailor jerrys yes it is very good in it carmel taste sometimes you don't even need a chaser very good for it's price & quanity
NOSEYou’ll sense vanilla first and foremost, but take a few more nosefuls and you’ll note dry buttery toffee and a touch of cinnamon.TASTERich vanilla tones with warm hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. We’re extremely proud of the finish - long and dry with a balance of subdued sweetness and a hint of toasted toffee.
Rum has been intertwined with Caribbean culture for nearly 400 years, coming into existence alongside the sugar industry. The 1600s were the coming-out century for rum. Quality grew by leaps and bounds and so did people's taste for it. By 1789, a hogshead of the finest Caribbean rum was chosen as fit for the first presidential inauguration of an upstart nation called the United States of America. Today's Caribbean rum distillers have well over 200 years of experience perfecting the art of distillation, aging and blending.
Adding spices to rum is an old sailor’s tradition. Those first rums were crude and harsh, so seamen would blend and mix in any spices they had on hand to improve the rum’s flavor. Today the harshness is no more, but the art of spicing rum is alive and well.
Maybe because it was hauled around the globe by sailors or maybe because it's just good, rum has traditionally been the most prolific of the world’s spirits. Although a few other places lay claim to their own varieties, the Caribbean is generally accepted as the heart of the rum world .