Rum "Old Monk" 7 Years Old, 0.75 L
Reviews of purchase "Old Monk" 7 Years Old, 0.75 L
Rum dark amber.
rum taste - rich, strong, with a soft texture, with pleasant notes of caramel, oriental spices. The finish is long, viscous and warm.
Indian mosaic rum fragrance composed of notes of caramel, coffee with cream, vanilla sponge cake, dark dried fruit, berry jam, citrus peel, cardamom, cloves, oriental spices, black pepper, dark chocolate and molasses.
Rohm best suited to create cocktails, as well as for use with ice.
Indian rum "Old Monk" ( "Old Monk") manufactured by "Mohan Meakin". Traditional manufacturing techniques coupled with 7 years of aging in oak barrels creates a flavored drink with a mild flavor. The uniqueness of Indian Roma is a very complex aroma and bright taste. Caramel, coffee with cream, vanilla cake, dark dried fruit, berry jam, citrus peel, cardamom, cloves, oriental spices, black pepper, dark chocolate and molasses - these are the basic shades multilayered flavor that will make each note solve fragrant drink. The seven-year rum "Old Monk" is distilled, aged and blended in one place - at the distillery company. Liquor in 42.8% strength suitable for making drinks and for use alone or with ice.
Corporation Mohan Meakin Limited - a large group of companies, which began with a small brewing business. In 1885 in Kasauli, India's military camp, Edward Dyer, a descendant of the British colonialists, founded a small brewery for almost personal needs. The military administration, languishing from the hot sultry humid climate of the foothills of the Himalayas, called for traditional thirst quenchers - different varieties of beer - in industrial quantities. In a short time the brewery was moved to the State of Solan, famous source of pure spring water, necessary for the production of alcoholic beverages. Subsequently, the brewery was re-equipped for the distillery and after the First World War, there was an association of production capacity Dyer with another British entrepreneur -. HJ Meakinom. In 1937, Burma gained independence, and the company was reorganized in view of Indian assets received registration on the London Stock Exchange as a public company Dyer Meakin Breweries.
After India's independence, a local entrepreneur NN Mohan arrived in London and became the owner of a controlling stake in Dyer Meakin Breweries. In 1949, Mohan took over the management of the business and bought a few plants in Lucknow, Gazibade and Khopoli (city near Mumbai). In 1967, the company received a new name for the changes in the owner - Mohan Meakin Breweries. In 1969 NN Mohan died, and business management passed to his eldest son - Colonel VR Mohan, who managed to enter into the production of several new brands that are leaders in the market today, but suddenly the colonel died in 1973.
During the 70's under the leadership of Colonel brother - Mohan Kapila - industrial assets of the company have undergone diversification, and were launched production line of breakfast cereals, fruit juices and mineral water. Subsequently, the word "brewery" (brewery) has been removed from the name for the purpose of avoiding negative associations with the unique activity of the company. In the 70s and 80s of the XX century in Chandigarh, Chennai, Nepal, Kakinada and Hyderabad new distilleries were built. Today, major brands are rum distillery "Old Monk" and beer "Golden Eagle". The rest of alcoholic products include whiskey ( "Diplomat Delux", "Colonel`s Special", "Black Knight", "Meakin 10.000", "Summer Hall", "Solan # 1"), gin ( "London Dry", " Big Ben ") and vodka" Kaplanski ".