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MEZAN GUYANA DIAMOND 2005 70CL

MEZAN GUYANA DIAMOND 2005 70CL

Celebrated for its golden sun, turquoise waters and gently swaying palm tress, the Caribbean is also home to one of the world’s oldest and most beloved spirits: RUM For centuries, rum production has flourished among this myriad of islands and countries, creating a rich and nuanced palette of aromas and styles unique to each location and distillery.
Meticulously selected by their cellar master, Mezan rums capture the depth and diversity of the Caribbean and offer the taste of its purest, most authentic flavours. Distilleries old and new, some founded centuries ago, others no longer in operation: all subject to his discerning eye. He tirelessly travels throughout the region, seeking out its hidden treasures: untouched rums, artfully crafted from a single year’s distillation by a single distillery. Unsweetened, uncoloured and only lightly filtered, these vintage rums represent the finest, truest expression of their producer and country of origin.

£45.89

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Description

The aroma of the rum ignites the air with a complex nose and much more.

The Guyana 2005 from Diamond Distillery was distilled in the double wooden pot still from the original Port Mourant Estate, which was founded in 1732. When the estate closed, the still was first moved to Uitvugt Distillery and then finally to Diamond where it now produces medium to heavy Demerara-style rum.
Tasting notes Nose: The aroma of the rum ignites the air with a complex nose, deeper tropical touches of eucalyptus and green capsicum. Palate: On the tongue, the rum is a swirl of balanced ginger, guava and banana with an oaky lightly citric finish. Finish: A very sippable rum with a bit of mint coming through on the finish.

Additional information

Alc Vol %

40%

Country

Guyana

Size

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