Rum Saint Etienne Rhum Extra Vieux Grand Millesime Single Cask Martinique AOC 1998, 700 ml
Color Roma recalls shades of red gold. In the bottle drink more saturated color.
Juicy and even more buttery flavor, with hints of burning black pepper and a slight bitterness. Long, slightly acidic aftertaste with a hint of spice and vanilla.
Somewhat spicy flavor that eliminates alcohol notes, with a pleasant shade of oak and light plum notes.
Rum - a great independent beverage that depending on the culture of the country consume differently. It can be used as a digestive, and as part of a cocktail. Very well with orange or lemon juice, coconut milk, syrup, blue liqueur. Also, using rum, prepare one of the most famous cocktails - punch. Cigar - one of the key attributes of this fantastic rum.
Rhum Extra Vieux Grand Millesime - this is an excellent, dark, aged in cognac barrels rum, which is produced on the legendary island of Martinique in the French Antilles. It is the local rum is renowned for excellent taste and aroma. It is made from sugar cane juice instead of molasses. This rum can be found on sale infrequently. Excerpt taken place over 10 years in the cellars of the distillery Saint-Etienne in barrels of brandy. He was released on a limited edition limited to only 600 bottles. Each bottle than the individual number contains information about the tab alcohols in the cellar (Date de mise en vieillissement) and the deadline for aging in oak (Date de sortie de fut), as well as the number of barrels and signature maitre de chais (Lionel Lampan). In this case, all the information specified in manuscript.
Distillery Saint-Etienne was founded in the late 19th century and had in his possession a very large sugar cane plantations. Today it is an area with dilapidated buildings that are located throughout the house and consist of former manager and buildings, which were home to work. Its existence factory ceased in 1988 and the mid-90s rum Saint-Etienne made distillery Simon. Simon Distillery - one of eight active distilleries in Martinique, which is located in the town of Le Francois. The owners of the company - the family Ayo (Hayot), which bought the factory Saint-Etienne in 1994 with the goal of full restoration of sugar cane plantations and the plant itself. Copper pipe distillation, which were at the factory, have been restored and moved to Simon Distillery. Rum is made at distillery Simon, and then transported to the plant of Saint-Etienne, where the aged and blended in the cellars, becoming a famous drink. Today, farming produces a small part of the total production of rum. Every year, this figure does not exceed the value of 10% for white rum and a little over 15% for the aged. But quality always trumps quantity. It is in this, Simon Distillery products recognized as the best in this segment and has received many top awards worldwide critics.