Red Leg Spiced Rum70cl / 37.5%
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Red Leg Spiced Rum Reviews
Tasting Notes by Michael W.
Nose: Strong vanilla notes with caramel and spice. Quite cake-y (it’s a word!)
Palate: Silky texture. The vanilla note is quickly subdued by strong spice but as the spice mellows out the vanilla creeps back. Quite rich, cake-y flavours. The texture becomes quite silky towards the end, very moreish. A definite keep-out-of-reach drink... Second visit, the spice is ever-present and the vanilla starts to find its footing, sticking around throughout the experience.
Finish: Medium-short with subtle vanilla notes. Spicy towards the finish.
Comments: Sweet and strong. Makes me want to camp out in the cake section of my local supermarket.
9 Customer Reviews
Tried this rum at work in the early hours, went home and ordered a bottle. Do I have a drink problem ! Lovely tasting Rum with a warm aftertaste best drunk neat in my opinion. Don''t think when it arrives it will last very long.
Fantastic spiced rum, full of flavour vanilla,ginger,smooth as silk every rum fan should try it....
A great spiced rum - can now understand why it recently won a Gold Medal - lovely drink that I can highly recommend
Got this as a present from my bro. We were big fans of the origanal sailor jerry!, This is as good if not better very happy.
Excellent spiced rum. Vanilla then Ginger. Very smooth and not too sweet like some others. Oh and moooorish....
a great rum fantastic will buy another bottle or two great with ice
Omg this rum is amazing... Got a bottle for Christmas, it's nearly done! Very nice :)
Bought this at the Ideal Christmas Home Show in London for my dad for Christmas, they had a tasting stall and served it in a variety of ways. The one i enjoyed the most was called Hot Rum Slap, you heat up half apple juice, half ginger beer, add 15ml cinnamon gomme and 25ml of the Red Leg Rum, fantastic!
Bought this on a whim on a trip to Glasgow. Very, very nice indeed and the tasting notes review above is spot on the money, although I found it more reminiscent of ginger crunch creams than cake. Very moreish indeed. Try it - you'll love it!