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Review: Lamb’s Classic White Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 8, 2022

In Canada, Lamb’s is one of the most popular rum brands which traces its history all the way back to 1849 when Alfred Lamb opened his wine and spirits business in London. His original Navy Rum is reported to have been a blend of 18 separate rums from various parts of the Caribbean.

In North America, the main portfolio of Lamb’s rum includes, Lamb’s Classic White Rum, Lamb’s Spiced Rum, Lamb’s Palm Breeze, and Lamb’s Navy Rum (which is sold both at 80 proof as well as an overproof 151)

Here is a link to my review for Lambs Classic White Rum:

Review: Lamb’s Classic White Rum

“… Light scents and smells of a very mild sweetness of cotton candy, banana peel, citrus zest, and light sandalwood spice. As the glass breathes we note a light winding grass-like note and perhaps hints of almond and vanilla …”

Please enjoy my review which concludes with my cocktail suggestion, the Lemon Daiquiri.




One Response to “Review: Lamb’s Classic White Rum”

  1. Al Wessels said

    Hi Chip,

    I would really encourage you to do a review of the Papa Pilar brand of rums. Distilled in Key West. I find them to be of high quality and rich in flavor. The most unique product they offer is the Blond. It’s a white rum kind of and makes for an assume cocktail. Not your cola and rum so much but I find the Grapefruit and lime or other lighter mixes that allow the flavor of this rum to shine. Love to see your thoughts on this brand. The bottle is also very cool but sucks to pour dram.

    Alan Wessels

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