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Posts Tagged ‘Lazy Dodo’

Review; Lazy Dodo Single Estate Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 5, 2020

Lazy Dodo Single Estate Rum is produced on Mauritius, in Pamplemousses, a district located in the North West part of the island nation situated several hundred miles east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.

I found some information on several retail websites which although I couldn’t verify seemed nevertheless reasonable. As a single estate rum, the sugar cane used to produce Lazy Dodo is grown, harvested and processed on the the Pampelmousses Estate in Mauritius. The molasses based rum is apparently a blend of sugar cane spirits aged from 5 to 12 years. According to the Lazy Dodo website, this maturation was mainly in french oak barrels, however, their cellar master also blended rum aged in America barrels, used bourbon barrels and even some some from used aged sugar syrup barrels.

Here is a link to my full review:

Review; Lazy Dodo Single Estate Rum

“… There is a lot to like, the rum being quite smooth with a lovely sweetness that is not overdone. The oak is more apparent on the palate with its flavours of woodiness and fine spice melded nicely into that sweetness. A hint of copper flavour whether real or imagined resides inside as well with vanilla, more tropical fruit (oranges, pineapples and bananas) and light flavour of almond …”

Here is a link to my review which contains surprises, both good and bad.




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