HAMPDEN 9 Ans 2011 - LFCH Single Cask 296 LMDW 60,3%
Through the Trelawny Endemic Birds collection, we discover the very first cask strength single casks bottled by HAMPDEN. This n°296 barrel has an ester rate of between 90 and 120 grams per hectolitre of pure alcohol. It corresponds to the LFCH category of marks specific to the distillery.
There is no doubt that this collector's item will delight connoisseurs with its exuberant, heady and complex style.
Nose : Ample and rich, both medicinal and syrupy, vegetal and spicy.
Palate : Lively and unctuous, a mixture of chocolate and vanilla then attack on the herbaceous, heady, exotic and spicy palate.
Finish : Long and silky, very concentrated, with a creamy vanilla finish and aromas of warm sugars and liquorice.
The Hampden Estate company has been around for 275 years, it was founded in 1753 in Jamaica and is considered one of the best distilleries in the world. Jamaican Hampden rums are very aromatic and use ancestral manufacturing processes. They offer a real taste experience. The Hampden Distillery produces high ester rums using knowledge passed down from generation to generation for over a century. Hampden makes a variety of rums with esters levels ranging from 50 to 1600. The higher the ester range, the more intense the rum bouquet. Their rums are also used for blending other rums around the world.
- Rhum Traditionnel
- Maison de Négoce
- 9 ans
- Plus de 120 €