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Review: Cane Island Australia Rum (4 Year Old)

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 7, 2020

Cane Island is a rum brand owned by Infinity Spirits, who appear to be based in Amsterdam. The purpose of the Cane Island Brand appears to be to showcase Rums which are sourced from a single distillery from iconic Island rum nations in the Caribbean and elsewhere in the world. Each one of these countries has a long history of rum production with their own styles and traditions.

Cane Island Australian Rum was distilled at Beenleigh Rum Distillery. If you go to the Beenleigh Distillery website you will see that the claim to be the oldest operating distillery in Austrailia who have been producing rum since before the invention of Coca Cola. The rum is distributed by 1423 World Class Spirits (based in Denmark) and according to their website, Cane Island Australian Rum was distilled on a pot still, matured for 4 years in a tropical climate using former American oak bourbon barrels.

Here is a link to my full review:

Review: Cane Island Australia Rum

“… The rum carries a nice oaky sweetness across the palate. Herbal pot still flavours meld into the flavour profile nicely as do flavours of both marzipan and orange marmalade. Vanillans and caramel serve to keep the heat down, and the rum has a heavy bodied texture that feels nice in the mouth …”

Please enjoy my review of the excellent 4 year old rum.



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