BALLY Old Rum 7-year-old 45%
The 7-year-old Bally Martinique rum spent 7 years in limousin oak barrels. Part of the high-end rum of the Cabret distillery, we find all the elegance, liveliness and complexity of a rum aged in oak barrels. It is presented in the mythical bottle of pyramidal shape created in the 1930s by Jacques Bally.
Colour: Golden gold.
Nose: Rich, with notes of dried fruits, and marked spices, cinnamon, nutmeg.
Taste: Expressive on cane with its dried fruits to follow, with a nice balance.
Final: Gourmet, fine with its aging of 7 years.
Jacques Bally bought in 1917 in Martinique a sugar factory created by the baron de Lajus. He quickly turned it into a distillery and at the same time gathered the land that had been scattered. He was a pioneer when he decided in 1924 to let his rums age in barrels. In 1987, the brand and its Creole column were moved to the distillery of Simon then in 1996 the Remy Cointreau group took control and moved the production to Saint James but keeping a special elaboration with also its bottle of particular triangle shape. Like a grand cru, the J. Bally brand only sells 250,000 l per year, making it a rare rum.
- Rhum Agricole
- Maison de Négoce
- Embouteilleur Officiel
- 7 ans
- De 40 € à 80 €