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Foursquare 1998

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70 cl / 40%

Hack Rum

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A single cask rum from the Foursquare distillery in Barbados (makers of a very successful spiced rum).

This was distilled in 1998 and aged for 10 years in a bourbon cask (cask 2807) before bottling in July 2008.

If you like this kind of rums, you need to try Zacapa n23 rum

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    “Good rum with loves of burnt sugar and molasses notes that remind me of Zacapa rums. I like!”
    This dram has a amber-like color.

    Nose (86): more than average. spices, cinnamon, sugar cane, brown sugar. Very nice spicy rum. It has something that remind me powerfully of Zacapa rums.

    Taste (88): light, smooth, oily. brown sugar, sugar cane, burnt sugar, spices, cinnamon, molasses.

    Finish (86): longer than average. burnt sugar, molasses, brown sugar.

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