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Review: Neptune Barbados Gold Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 6, 2020

Neptune Rum is a British company was founded in 2017 in Cheltenham, UK.  It was  inspired by the Roman God Neptune, god of water and seas. Neptune Barbados Gold Rum is apparently a blend of 3, 5 and 8 year old molasses based rums from Barbados distilled at the family owned Four Square Distillery (This distillery is located at a former 17th-century sugarcane plantation at the southern end of Barbados). The blended spirit were aged in Amercan Oak barrels with the final rum bottled at 40 % alcohol by volume.

The rum advertises that it is created without the addition of any extra ingredients or chemicals. This would include no added sugars or other sweeteners and no artificial flavourings or colourings.

Here is a link to my full review:

Review: Neptune Barbados Gold Rum

“… Subtle and nuanced with a nice melding of vanilla, butterscotch and almond accented by fine oak spice. The fine oak spices build, bringing dusty impressions of sandalwood, ginger and light fruity citrus zest forward. There are hints of cinnamon as well. Hints of tropical fruit (banana and coconut) add to the nuanced aroma …”

Enjoy my review which includes my suggested cocktail, the 11 A.M. Daiquiri.





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