Scottish drinks group Harpalion Spirits has added a brand new rum model to its portfolio – Cabal, starting with expression No. 1513.
Harpalion Spirits has unveiled the debut expression from its Cabal rum model, made utilizing pot and column distillation methods with rums from distilleries in Guatemala, Guyana, Trinidad, Panama and the Caribbean.
Claire Kinloch, CEO at Harpalion Spirits, mentioned: “Individuals are on the coronary heart of Cabal’s ethos. So, we introduced collectively whisky drinkers, spirit lovers, rum champions, liquid specialists, commerce specialists, and actually the couple subsequent door to experiment and pattern till we had created our very first expression.
“Our rums are distinctive and versatile as a result of they’re developed and examined by each actual folks and business specialists. They’ve huge enchantment and have been developed to supply selection in the best way they’re loved and consumed.”
The Scottish rum is completed in Pedro Ximénez Sherry casks, making a ‘complicated style profile’.
Martin Watts, founder at Amber Beverage UK, formerly known as Cellar Trends, mentioned: “In 40 years working within the Caribbean and UK drinks business, I’ve been privileged to style some tremendous sipping rums, however none higher than Cabal.
“Cabal No.1513 is a superb instance of the spirit blenders’ artwork, utilizing one of the best rums from a number of distilleries coupled with slower cask ending in Speyside’s light weather conditions.”
Some contend that premium rum is making its mark on the cabinets – and greater than half of the primary batch of Harpalion Spirits’ first expression No.1513 has already been offered throughout the pre-order section.
The rum class can also be re-evaluating the worldwide journey retail sector and the way it can regain enthusiasm from travellers after they begin to journey once more.
Cabal No.1513 is non-chill-filtered and bottled with a 43% ABV. It’s obtainable to buy from immediately (24 Might) for an RRP of £40 (US$56).