The Rum Society No. 65

Gold Rum

The Rum Society // Multiple Countries

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    5 out of 5 stars
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The Rum Society is a recent entrant into the rum space, with a most unusual background. Produced by Pernod Ricard’s Absolut division in Sweden, the three numerically dubbed expressions (#40, #62, and #65) are pot-stilled, mostly unaged, offered in limited release, and targeted at rum geeks. The #65 is a blend of aged and unaged pot still rums from Guyana, Barbados, and Trinidad. Some have indicated that previously unused 10 Cane distillate from Trinidad may be part of this rum.

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  • Gold Rum
    Rum 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.
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"The rum exhibits a slight amount of coloring in the bottle, yet doesn’t appear in the glass. The nose is full of vanilla, butter, and spices, like a well-frosted cinnamon roll. The initial mouthfeel is less oily than its #40 and #62 siblings. The mid-palate and shorter-than-expected finish evolve into orange peel and darker spices. The best of the series for introducing someone to rum, as well as a passable sipper, but less exciting for the heavy pot-still junkies. More so than other rums, it would benefit greatly from a bump in ABV."

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