Bristol Classic Rum, "Caribbean Collection", 700 ml
- Volume: 700 ml
Rum attractive dark golden brown.
Rum has a light and fresh taste.
Aroma of Roma disclosed notes of toffee and caramel.
Rum can be drunk neat with ice and used to create delicious cocktails. Ideal for mixing with cola or ginger ale (sweet aroma of highly carbonated beverages with ginger).
Rum "Caribbean Collection" is a young Roma Bland from Trinidad. Enveloped fabulous atmosphere of the Caribbean, it has a pleasant feel, charming style and its soft light taste.
Sugar cane from which the drink is this interesting, at first very carefully fermented, then distilled and aged in oak barrels. Straight from the barrel with a small filtration without cooling rum is bottled. Kept rum in the Caribbean. Bottling rum "Karibbian Collection" was brought to the UK.
The company "Bristol Classic Rum" belongs to a talented leader, Englishman John Barrett. In 1985 he founded the production of cognac, which has been very successful in the early '90s it was sold to the French. In 1993, John founded the company in the city of Bristol "Bristol Spirits Ltd", which belongs "Bristol Classic Rum". Bristol has historically been an important port, which the British fleet used as a base for their ships. In the 1700s, brought here a lot of rum, which had to be stored somewhere. And then it turned out that moist cool climate Bristol is ideal for storage and aging of the drink.
Today "Bristol Classic Rum" - an internationally recognized company specializing in the best Romakh from around the world. Only 8 years the company has established export trade with the largest countries in the world. John Barrett has traveled around the world to choose from hundreds of different manufacturers best rum. The production volume is small. With individual plants selected a small number of Roma to show it in its pure form, rather than as a part of the lens hood. All are bottled in the UK. Rohm not subjected to cold filtration. Currently, the collection includes over 10 rare rums with a unique style from around the world. John Barrett believes that the exposure - a very important process, and so today he is experimenting in this direction, using the last stage of the white oak barrels, new French oak barrels previously used for aging bourbon, Madeira, sherry and port. He carefully selects each barrel of rum right, which, in his opinion, will complement the character of the drink.