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Plantation Jamaica 2005 Rum 700ml

Plantation Jamaica 2005 Rum 700ml

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Category: Rum
ABV: 45.2%
Origin: Caribbean
Distiller: West Indies Rum Distillery

Size: 700ml


  • Gold, 2019 The Rum and Cachaça Masters
  • 91 points & Excellent Highly Recommended, 2019 Spirits Challenge

This 2005 vintage rum highlights the ancestral Jamaican style: a long fermentation and a 100% pot still distillation blended from the two mythic Long Pond and Clarendon distilleries.

After 12 years ageing in Jamaica and 1 to 2 years in France, banana, prune, roasting coffee and raisin notes endow it with depth, while spices elevate the rum to a rare and distinguished spirit.


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About Plantation Rum

The first trace of rum distillation dates back to 1651 in Barbados. More than four centuries later Plantation strives to perfect the long-held traditions of the process. The goal is to grasp every clue about the rum making culture. Each rum-producing country has its own unique terroir (local habitat) forged with traditions, proven techniques, character, and identity. Double Ageing, two climates, two varieties of oak. Aged in bourbon casks in a tropical climate, where the Angels’ part is high. "One nurtures a rum as one nurtures a child,” explains Alexandre Gabriel on the care devoted to the rums of Plantation. With the Raffia Sleeve in the bottle as a tribute to the history of rum.

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From pirate life on the open sea to Caribbean island paradises, perhaps no other spirit evokes such a romantic history as Rum. Made through fermentation and distillation of molasses or the fresh-pressed juice of sugar cane, Rums range from 20% to over 70% alcohol and come in a variety of tones from clear to dark. Highest quality Rums are generally produced in pot stills and aged in wood, while less expensive Clear or “White” Rums are produced in column stills and bottled without barrel aging. Naturally, Rums form the base of tropical cocktails like Daquiris and Mojitos.

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