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Review: Richland Classic Reserve Single Barrel Select Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 11, 2020

As I was sampling the rum selection of World Class Spirits 24 Days of Rum 2020 Advent Calendar I encountered a rum on day 11 which was labeled Richland Single Estate Georgian Rum. It was quite good, in fact it was really good, and so I went to the Richland Rum website to find out more about it. However, when I checked the website out, there were several possibilities as to which rum this actually was. It looked like it was a cane spirit they bottled as the ‘Classic’, but I wanted to be sure so I contacted the folks at Richland Rum to ask.

Stephen Oakley, their Marketing/PR Manager responded to my queries and gave me enough information regarding the Single Estate Georgian Rum. Stephen informed me the the rum I was tasting was Richland Rum’s Single Estate Old South Georgia Rum – Classic Reserve Single Barrel Select. He also gave me additional information which I have shared in my review.

Here is a link to the full review which includes more of Stephen’s comments about their Single Estate, Single Barrel Rum:

Review: Richland Classic Reserve Single Barrel Select Rum

“… I really do believe I could put this in a line-up with a selection of aged bourbons and it would stand up. The spirit is  oaken with rich sap and tannins and just enough sweetness to balance the oak and spice. Pungent baking spices, both corn and cane syrup, honeycomb and vanilla all work their way into the flavour profile. …”

Please enjoy my review of this surprising Single Barrel Rum:.



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