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Review: Cockspur Fine Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on May 28, 2019

A Simple Punch

I had the good fortune to once again sample Cockspur Fine Rum when a friend of mine brought me a bottle after a recent trip through the United States. I thought this was a nice opportunity to revise my older review review first published in 2011. I discovered that not much had changed in 8 years, although my score did bump up lust a little.

Cockspur Fine Rum is the flagship brand for the company.  It is distilled from Island cane molasses, aged in American Oak at the Cockspur facilities in Barbados, and brought to bottling strength with Barbados’ own coral filtered water. Both column still and pot still rums are used to in the distillation of the rum which bottled at 40 % alcohol by volume.

Here is a link to my revised review:

Review: Cockspur Fine Rum

“… I began by sipping the Cockspur Rum in my glass, neat, without ice. The mouth-feel was slightly oily, and the initial flavour was very complex bringing a bevy of pungent flavours forward. I tasted charred caramel (treacle) and dark molasses as well as dry fruit flavours of prunes and dates …”

Please enjoy my review of the Cockspur Rum which I enjoyed just a little more this time around.

Chimo!

 

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