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Rum Review: Cruzan Single Barrel Estate Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on October 19, 2009

For the first review added (27 reviews in all now) since the site opened, I will take you vicariously to St. Croix, one of the US Virgin Islands.  Native inhabitants of St. Croix are called CruzianCruzan Estates and the rum company takes its Cruzan name from that.  The Single Barrel Estate Rum is considered the flagship brand of the company.

Here is an excerpt from the review:

“…Cruzan Single Barrel Rum is a blend of vintage rums which have been aged up to 12 years. Once blended the vintage rums are then refinished in a new oak barrel for about one year. Barrels are bottled individually with each bottle of rum coming from a single barrel…….”

Please read the full review here


Cruzan Single Barrel Estate Rum


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