10 Cane Rum
10 Cane // Barbados
This light rum was first introduced in 2005 by Moët Hennessy. 10 Cane has been through several versions; the latest was a moved production to Barbados in 2013. It is comprised of two rums. The first was a pot-distilled sugarcane juice rum that was aged around a year; the second was a molasses-based rum that was column-distilled and aged for around 7 years. Note: 10 Cane Rum has been discontinued as of 2015.
Gold RumRum that is often aged, but can also just have caramel-coloring added to provide color. No specific type or size barrel required. No set time required for aging for most countries with a few exceptions.
"The nose is light and floral with hints of raisin, bamboo, and baked filo dusted with powdered sugar. The mouthfeel is warming and supple. The finish is soft and quick, leaving behind a medley of fine flavors for the palate to savor including flowers, lemon zest, rum baba and delicate camphor. This is a classy rum that will work wonderfully on the rocks, with tonic or in a chic cocktail. A shame that it has been discontinued; by blending together these two different styles and ages of rums a bright, light rum with delicate flavors is enhanced and enlarged without a hint of manipulation. "