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Foursquare Distillery Doorly's XO Barbados Rum 70 cl

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This is meant to be their main aged rum for mixing and cocktails, but sipping it wouldn’t be frowned upon either. Bottled at 40% ABV free of sweeteners – the label sports the Scarlet Macaw, same as the Martin Doorly’s Macaw Rum bottling.

The Foursquare Distillery occupies the site of a former sugar factory that dates back to 1636 and, as one of the most modern and efficient rum distilleries in the world, is designed to be both highly energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Taste - I know what other reviewers mean about the Banana, and a couple of drops of water bring it out even more, and further sweetness if that's how you prefer your Rum! Indulge in the exquisite taste of Doorly's 5 Year Old Barbados Rum, an exceptional Barbados rum produced at the renowned Foursquare Distillery. To produce the unique character of Doorly’s XO, very old rums are selected by the master blender and matured for a second time in Spanish oloroso sherry casks, producing a delicious fusion of complex flavours from the cask and the well-aged rums. This is more like a bonus review as the rum is not even available in the UK – it seems like the neglected child of the range, but thanks to Peter Holland I managed to secure a sample or two.This cookie is set by Rubicon Project to control synchronization of user identification and exchange of user data between various ad services. This may affect nutrition and allergen information therefore you should always check product labels and not rely solely on the information presented here. We like nothing more than tasting wine with fellow enthusiasts and sharing the stories of the people who have created the wine. Doorly’s 12 Year Old is molasses based, pot and column distilled and aged for 12 years in both ex-Bourbon and ex-Madeira wine casks.

Seale also decided that the Doorly's brand would continue to trade under its name, keeping the traditional bottling, design and Neotropical Parrot image on the bottle as a recognisable trademark. The palate is greeted with a spirited dance of spice and an indulgent oiliness that ignites the senses.Doorly’s 5 Year Old is molasses based, pot and column distilled and aged for 5 years in ex-Bourbon barrels. Spices galore on this one, kicking us off is some Ginger and Cinnamon before a Madeira Sweetness comes in to play with a Thick Jam like texture alongside before an Oak, Nutmeg and Giger infusion come to finish off. Although Doorly's rum is rarely referred to as Doorly Macaw Rum anymore, its bottles and packaging still tend to feature the Neotropical parrots, and the image is still a traditional and recognisable trademark of the brand. Aged for a minimum of 3 years in American oak before charcoal filtration to give the final 'white spirit'.

Doorly’s Rum has been made on the island of Barbados since 1920, and was the first rum brand ever exported from the island. Then a two-step fermentation process which is computer temperature controlled is adopted in the production of Doorly's rum.Foursquare Distillery is always praised for its Exceptional Cask Selection limited releases, but sometimes it overshadows their main continuous brand, Doorly’s.

I usually drink whisk(e)y and bourbon, and the first thing I noticed is that it's got a pretty strong bourbon flavour profile to it. It all started in 1906 when the Rum Duty Act changed the way the rum was sold and distributed across Barbados as the distilleries had to have a license and were required to sell rum only in bulk quantities of 45 or more litres at a time.Patiently matured over 14 years within ex-bourbon casks, this creation reaches new heights of flavour.

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