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Review: Six Saints Caribbean Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 4, 2020

Six Saints Rum is apparently a spirit produced an the Isle of Grenada and is named for the island’s six saintly parishes; Saint Patrick, Saint Mark, Saint John, Saint Andrew, Saint George, and Saint David. It is column distilled (from stills  which were originally from Glasgow, Scotland) using only pure ingredients. The Distillery is located in the south of the island, near the capital St. George, and apparently has been producing rum since 1937.  The resulting rum distillate (unsweetened) is typically (and tropically) aged for 3 to 5 years in ex bourbon barrels and bottled in small batches at 41.7 % abv.

Here is a link to my full review:

Review: Six Saints Caribbean Rum

“… Light and dry across the palate with a fine bite from both alcohol and oak spice. Vanilla, almond and butterscotch play with citrus zest and fine peppery spices. Bits of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger mingle within …”

Please enjoy my review of this clean, crisp rum.



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