Clarke's Court #37 Blend Aged Rum
Clarke's Court // Grenada
#37 was created by Clarke's Court to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the town of St. Georges, Grenada. The Grenada Sugar Factory began producing rum in 1937 and #37 commemorates the foundation of the company. The rums were known as Tradewinds and Red Neck before the Clarke's Court brand was established. The rum is aged for eight years in oak barrels, blended, and then returned to oak barrels for the second maturation. Each bottle is individually numbered at the time the rum is bottled.
Aged RumRum that is aged, but no specific type or size barrel required. No set time required for length of aging, but will often carry an age statement (which should be taken with a grain of salt). Often thought of as "sipping rums".
Cask TypeUsed American Bourbon
"The aroma delivers notes of caramel, dried fruit, and spices with light vanilla. The rum enters the palate with a pleasant note of toffee followed by cooked bananas, a pop of nutmeg, raisins, and dried apricot. The charred oak tannin's enters mid-palate balancing the fruit notes with feint earthy-mineral notes that leads to a light peppery finish. A quality sipper that is the perfect souvenir to bring home after visiting Grenada."
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