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Review: Batiste Rhum Reserve

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We just lately tried Batiste Rhum Silver and Gold, and as we speak we style their older sibling. As with the model’s youthful bottlings, Batiste Rhum Reserve can also be a rhum agricole, distilled 100% from sugarcane and never from molasses. After distillation, it’s aged in Tennessee rye oak casks for 18 months. Let’s give it a strive.

Within the glass, Batiste Rhum Reserve pours a beautiful golden shade. The nostril gives engaging notes of caramel adopted by some grassiness and a contact of pepper. The palate surprises because the rye getting old asserts itself first with a spicy, peppery kick. Caramel and vanilla notes come subsequent and combine properly with the rye, adopted by marshmallow and a little bit of grassiness. This rum has much more character than its youthful siblings and makes for a strong sipper. The end is a bit brief and a contact tannic, however in any other case, the rum is distinctive and gratifying.

90 proof.

B+ / $44 / batisterhum.com

Batiste Rhum Reserve

$44

Score


8.5/10

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