🥃 The Rum Thread


#281

Glass of it at son in-laws, can of 6X then Port & Stilton.
A perfect evening & loved that Rum


#282

It’s great, but a bit expensive for the size of bottle. I’ll probably buy more now you’ve reminded me :beers:


#283

I have another fecking cold on the way, so I have cracked open the rum

A stocking filler 50ml bottle of HMS Victory navy strength barrel aged from the IOW. Surprising smooth for a 57%. Really quite nice.


#284

Anyone want to try Cartavio rum, now is the time. Ponto Brasil & Latino have the 12 year old at £23.98 that’s almost 50% off. The wonderful 18 year old is £40-£45(£20 off).
It will say £10.90 postage, but that stays the same however many you buy. I have gone for these.
The 12, as it’s so cheap and i’ve not tried before.
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Same with this one. Had the expensive one, now to try the 12.
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Been looking at this for quite a while and this is the best price i’ve found.
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And after @Polski_Filip reminding me of the glorious flavour of honey rum, a 3 pack should last a couple of days.
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Sorry Phil, it’s the cheap version, but 3 was only a few quid more than a single one of these beauties.
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That one is still the best i’ve tasted, but i drink it so fast.


#285

Is this from the German site?


#286

Yeah and they are on amazon(need to go into their own site through amazon). The Cartavio 18 is well worth the money at £45ish(normally £66 or more and it’s worth that) The 12, i don’t know, as this will be the first time.
I got the 3 rums, 3 honey rums + postage for £141,so basically one free compared to UK prices.
If i like the 12, i’ll be ordering 3 more and an 18.


#287

It’s getting near that date, so back on the German site before we declare war(or whatever).
Todays selection.
This was quite nice(dry & earthy) and is ridiculously cheap.
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This is better and i’m looking forward to reacquainting with it.
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This i’ve wanted to try and the price is very good.
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And this because it has the word miel and that’s enough to interest me.


#288

You know that miel is French for honey don’t you?


#289

I’m thinking it’s more the Spanish for honey when it comes to some of those rums.


#290

Is it not correct?
I blame the label, rather than my shit language skills :wink: