Westerhall Plantation Rum
Westerhall Estate // Grenada
Westerhall is produced in St. David, Grenada. The estate name, Westerhall, is said to have been changed from Grand Bacaye when a Scotsman named Sir William Johnstone purchased it back in the 1700's and named it after his ancestral home.
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".
"This amber-colored rum is sweet (but not overly sweet) with brown sugar, vanilla, and aromas of freshly-cut banana bread. Slightly slick on the palate, the body of the rum is more on the thin side with slight barrel spices, a little roast coffee, and tiny amount of rum funk. The finish is bitter and the alcohol is off-balance with the other flavors. A rum that won't make you rush to the shops, but would be perfectly fine in a mixed drink. "
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