Brimming with roasted nuts and fresh fruit, think mango, charred pineapple and barbequed banana followed by spiced beef jerky, desiccated coconut and mint.
If that wasn't enough, this Rum also boasts Thai basil, marmalade on yeasty fresh bread, and toasted cumin, cinnamon and clove smashed to smithereens in an oak pestle and mortar.
This is very much a Grand Cru rum for those “in the know”.
Accordingly, the Hampden Estate Pure Single Jamaican Rum offers a real promise of quality.
The Hampden Distillery enjoys a truly excellent reputation as a producer of Jamaican rums, and this reputation wants of course to be confirmed when bottling rums like this.
At least 7 years old, Hampden Estate Pure Single Jamaican Rum is made using components at three different marques (the ester ranges used in Jamaica), including one at the extreme level of 1,600ppm.
Wonderfully expressive, this rum offers incredible value for money. It’s a joy to sip neat, or would make a fabulous Mai Tai, Daiquiri or rum take on an Old Fashioned.