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The rum

List of the bottles

Panama

Reserva Imperial 25 years

Distillery

Malecon

Age
25 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Official
Particularity
(Méthode traditionnelle cubaine)
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0/100
Rum Malecon 25
Personal Comment

Panama

Isla del Ron 1996

Collection
Isla del Ron
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
52,9 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Particularity
cask strength
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0/100
Panama Isla del Ron
Personal Comment

Panama

Don Jose 12 years, Cask strength

Distillery

Don Jose

Collection
L'esprit rhum
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
57,8 %
Bottler
Whisky & Rhum
Cask number
single cask 2
Dates
Distil: 31-01-2000 Bottling: 08-11-2012
Bottle
25 of 100 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTSRum_2013_01 84/100
Don Jose W&R 57,8%
Personal Comment
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Wiski
Colour: Old gold.

Nose: The first nose deals with notes of exotic fruits (citrus, green banana) with vanilla and hints of old wood in the back. Rather creamy (pastry cream, butter) with some dried fruit (raisins, hazelnuts). Aeration brings hints of ripe peach and apricot. Notes of butterscotch add a creamy side, pastry and vanilla.

Palate: Still vanilla and caramel but without excess. The woody notes are rapidly growing with sweet spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg) that grow in power.
Adding a water feature develops intense notes of ripe fruit, vanilla is dense and creamy, soft and natural caramel, and spices are softened in favor of a slightly oily texture. On the coffee cream. On Bourbon.

L'Esprit Don José Cask Strength.
What I really like in this rum is that it reminds me of very old Scotch grain whiskys. And those who know me know that I am a strong advocate of this style of whisky ... This rum makes also think of the Single Pot Still Irish (especially the nose).
95/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Jmputz
Colour: Old gold
Nice peppery notes accompany a very fresh vegetal nose. Very slight tingling due to alcohol disappear quickly and does not interfere with the tasting. After several minutes, menthol appear. A complex and balanced nose, extremely promising.
The first mouth is acidic and fruity. Green apple confit! Mouth extremely confusing for rum. Notes of citrus and a nice woody hints of coffee and chocolate.
The finish is fresh and of medium length.
90/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de PatGVA
A: clear dark straw
N: licorice, pineapple, pure and elegant
B: delicate, pineapple, sweet curry, cashew, elegant, beautiful products also
F: long, explosive, good too

88/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Roblanza
colour: wet hay
nose: very mild and fruity, some apples and apricots, vanilla and light woody notes.
taste: very friendly and fruity, later comes a little bite of some fresh spices. Again apricot and a little banana, the apples are of the yellow kind. The finish is firmer than the taste at first more spicy and a bite but fruity all over, the spiciness settles over time to leave a fruity aftermath.

88/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Mars
Nose: Fresh, herbaceous, dried fruit.

Palate: Nice fruity taste with a good balance between acidity and sugar. Slightly spicy.

Finale: Fresh fruits, spices, earthy. Alcohol is not fully integrated, average length and spices emerge with aeration.

Comments: Looks like a single malt. Very nice acidity. Better with a little water, it brings out the fruity side.

88/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Singlemalt71
Nose: Fresh and in the beginning a lot of alcohol. Later on some more sweet (tropical) fruit tones and spicy. The aromas (when all present) are well balanced.

Taste: Spicy sweetness.

Finish: Spicy (pepper).

87/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Jbrice
Color: orange
Nose: Shows beautiful pastry aromas that make me salivate ! With aeration, it is mainly empyreumatic aromas dominate (peanuts and hazelnuts). Hints of spices (cinnamon and vanilla) and a slight vegetal side.
Taste: Powerful and special. Complex and oily. This is surely a cask strength.
Finish: Long and warm on spices.

Comments: This rum is quite attractive. Both its originality as his "little" complexity.
87/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Malt1972
Colour: amber
Nose: sweet demerara sugar and vanilla. Also some (Del Monte) bananas and coconuts. Later on some cardboardy notes.
Taste: hot and spicy with a bite. Pepper and nutmeg. Warm waxy mouthfeel. Caramelised fruit and oak. Grippy.
Finish: long. Bitter-sweet. Complex.

Comment: a nice multi-layered rum. Enjoyable!

87/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Dede
Color: Amber

Nose: The nose is not very expressive, marked by aggressive alcohol that fades slowly. The sweet side, mastered, expresses the marshmallow, licorice candies. It is balanced with spicy aromas very marked (white pepper) and vegetable notes (greenness) evolving into something more floral at aeration (mushy?). Not really what I prefer, but I can not deny that the thing has a certain complexity. A little water does not alter this profile.

Palate: The attack is sweet (cane), then we find these vegetal notes mingling tart keys (lemon) and banana flambé. It is powerful and worth a drop of water to see if it opens. The water actually makes it easier to drink. We find licorice, very sharp, and the acidity slightly astringent lemon lime (I do not know how to explain this feeling that provides the lemon lime).

Finish: Long, tangy but also marked by a bitter vegetable, it will eventually grow out of the banana flambe.

Conclusion: An undeniably powerful and complex rum. I will not do crazy things, but this is definitely a good product.
86/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Mapi
Colour: Dark gold

Nose: Fresh Caramel. Starts on sweetness with sweet spices, ginger, cinnamon and then moves on very surprising notes of curry.

Palate: The palate is again smooth with hints of cinnamon prevailing. It then returns to the curry but this time with the addition of coconut milk. The alcohol is the second part of tasting. This gives power and terrain and helps starting on the spicy notes.

Finish: The finish is long. Spices and cocoa butter. It ends with a small overcooked caramel bitterness.

A well-built rum.
86/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Piazzolla
Nose: very fresh, sweet and fruity (peach, but which?). More like a whisky. Powdery side also.
Mouth: more classic than the nose with a cane maturity. Other fruits are also present but remain discrete (date?).
Fairly long finish with hints of classic rum (light vegetal bitter).
Conclusion: a very elegant and pleasant rum. The mouth and the final are more traditional than the nose. Good introduction to rum tasting.
84/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
“Maybe it is because of the strength, but the nose is quite closed and short but the rest is a delicious rum. Maybe from Bahama?”
This dram has a amber-like color.

Nose (80): (4)Average. Sugar, floral, spices. Light, uncomplicated

Taste (85): powerful, oily, burnt sugar, wood, pepper, spices, floral.

Finish (84): (4)average. Spices, burnt sugar.

83/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Colour: Burnished.

Nose: Very expressive and mouth-watering. Very catchy with those heavy flavours of hot sponge cake and tinned pineapples. “Liqueur pour dames”. Mandarine Imperial. Lots of vanilla fudge. Reminds me of these modern technical whiskies aged in very active virgin American oak.

Mouth: Tasty, fruity. Pretty close to the nose. Sticky and sugary, but we have more alcohol in there (48%?), which makes it more drinkable.

Finish: Light tannins.

Comment: The nose was quite tantalizing. The mouth is tasty, but slightly too sugary to my taste. Not sure I would buy a bottle of this, but I could surely drink it!

83/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Dagde
Nose: There are milk chocolate and hazelnut and some candied orange. The nose is really intense, without gap between fruity and spicy. It is direct. The opening revealed a bit like alcoholic initially but tends to melt scents, a little damage. Finally, with more time, fresh lemon is making it more light. It then takes everything in its path once the first vapors dissipate.

Taste: Lemon strong returns in the running, along with a bit of hazelnut. This is quite aggressive and dry in some respects (though it is not without sugar). A drop of water should relax a little. Unfortunately, adding water makes it more impersonal. The fade takes the duo adding touches of Granny Smith and spices. Not necessarily unpleasant but not indestructible.

Finale: The presence of citric goes quite well with a more gourmet who made ​​his return on the back of the mouth.

Comment: A pert nose that hides its preeminence acid under a greedy carpet. It is ultimately a lack of balance when it goes to the mouth.
82/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Isleofarrik
Colour: light bronze.
Nose: a bit spirity, some vanilla and white fruits, such as pear and banana.
Taste: alcoholic entrance, initially overpowering all taste. After that has settled down, there's vanilla, raspberry, coconut and some cinnamon.
The finish is quite short and rather drying.
77/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Savoureur
appearance: light amber
nose: medium intensity, poorly integrated alcohol (even after long breathing), vanilla, artificial sweetness, acidity (lime)
taste: low intensity, poorly integrated alcohol (alcoholic tingling), bitterness, acidity, soft artificial sweetness, adding of water does not change things significantly
finish: short

70/100
WDTSRum_2013_01
Commentaire de Cosinus
Nose: Very different from the previous one with a lot of freshness, orange, mint and vanilla present fairly, herbs. This makes me think of a Bourbon.

Palate: The attack is frank, this seems quite alcoholic. Pepper and spices arrive. It is dry and not very aromatic with a little too ripe banana. Then comes the woody side, invading one side burnt rubber. The finish is on the same notes of ginger and pepper and it is heavily woody and astringent.
It is not at all pleasant to drink.

65/100

Panama

Don Jose 12 years

Distillery

Don Jose

Collection
L'esprit rhum
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Whisky & Rhum
Cask number
single cask 2
Dates
Distil: 31-01-2000 Bottling: 08-11-2012
Bottle
33 of 200 btls
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WDTSRum_2013_03 84/100
Don Jose W&R 46%
Personal Comment
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de BailB
Très liquide et pas gras du tout, ce rhum vieux n'impressionne pas à l'oeil, malgré son nez léger et frais qui révèle des notes prononcées de caramel, de miel et de fruits!

L'attaque en bouche est fraîche avec un goût clairement boisé. On y retrouve de somptueuses notes de caramel avant une bonne longueur en bouche, qui laisse apprécier le produit pendant plusieurs minutes après l'avoir dégusté.

90/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Kundalini
Couleur: ambre clair
Nez: Colle, chocolat noir
Bouche: Epicé, encaustique,  goût harmonieux
Finition: Mi-doux, court
88/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Loic43
Nez : Discret, subtil. Tout d'abord boisé et vanillé, il laisse ensuite apparaître un mélange d'épices douces et de fruits blanc. Ce n'est pas très intense mais cette délicatesse me plaît!

Bouche : Plus intense que le nez, le bois , les épices et le sirop de canne ressortent en premier avant de laisser la place aux fruits mûrs et au agrumes. En fin de bouche un peu de vernis et quelques fruits blancs.

Finale : Chaude, avec une légère amertume en contrepoint.

Commentaire : Rhum subtil et bien équilibré
87/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Savoureur
Aspect: or jaune
Nez:
intensité moyenne, alcool bien intégré, fruits compotés, confit de lait, fraîcheur mentholée, lait de noix de coco, profil 3/4 doux, 1/4 épicé
Bouche: intensité moyenne, alcool bien intégré, bouche crémeuse avec des arômes en ligne avec le nez
Finale: moyenne

87/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Durhum
Rhum ambré au reflets or, jambes épaisses et rapides.

Un rhum très fruité (fruits jaunes bien sucrés : pêche, abricot, banane flambée), doux sur les épices (girofle, cannelle) avec des voiles d'amande (massepain), de vanille et de chocolat blanc. C'est très gourmand à la manière d'une pâtisserie.

En bouche c'est extrêmement doux et rond, comme un rhum affiné (cognac?), toujours sur le fruité et les épices (girofle).

Final pas bien long, sur les épices avec une note de poivre sur la fin, amenant une légère amertume.

Un rhum léger au profil plutôt classique, rond en bouche et au final plutôt court.

84/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Hydretzjet
Robe plutôt clair tendance orangé
Nez la dominante de l'alcool au 1er abord m'a gêné en cherchant j'ai trouvé un fond genre tabac et / ou fruits sec ... Puis vraiment sur la fin, verre vide, une odeur de tonneau
Bouche plutôt vanille mais léger
Finale assez court trop court

84/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Couleur : Ambre foncé.
Nez : A besoin d'une bonne respiration avant de se livrer, mais votre patience sera largement récompensée. Ca sent vraiment très bon ! Très expressif, comme ces whiskies modernes très boisés vieillis en fûts de chêne neuf américain. Evoque un Glenmo Astar. Riche et crémeux, avec plein d'ananas en boîte, de crème de citron, de pèches jaunes, et tout le tintouin. Un rhum vraiment sexy !
Bouche : Très doux. L'ananas est toujours là, mais la bouche manque un peu de punch et de mordant à mon goût. Très crémeux et vraiment très doux. Une tarte au citron meringuée dans laquelle le pâtissier a trop forcé sur le sucre. Ca a bon goût, mais l'équilibre aurait été meilleur avec un peu plus d'acidité.
Finale : S'évanouit sur une jolie touche exotique.
Commentaire : Le nez était vraiment très chouette, si tant est que vous ne tourniez pas les talons face aux whiskies (et aux rhums ?) modernes. Malheureusement, la bouche aurait mérité un peu plus de mordant.

83/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Wiski
Nez : Le premier nez est poivré. Il devient floral, mais reste assez discret. Brioche, biscuit au beurre. Devient légèrement mentholé. Non sans rappeler un Bourbon, avec ces notes de cuir et de réglisse.

Bouche : Épicé, poivré, boisé, légèrement vanillé. Se développe sur la pêche, l'abricot mûr, une vanille plus grasse. Devient beaucoup plus citronné avec un trait d'eau.

Finale : Une pointe fumée.

83/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Jmputz
Couleur: Vieil or
Un nez frais marqué par de jolies épices et des fruits cuits. Des fruits exotiques aussi, de l'ananas. Clous de girofle. Pas mal de complexité.
L'attaque en bouche est très douce. Trop douce et assez sucrée. On est assez loin des promesses du nez, avec ses épices et sa fraîcheur fruitée. On est ici dans un registre nettement plus sucré à la limite de l'écoeurement. Dommage après un tel nez. La réduction lui aurait-elle fait du tort...?
La finale est dans le prolongement de la bouche, courte et trop douce.
82/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
"Pas mal du tout ... légèrement mieux que l'échantillon n ° 3 ... Peut-être est-il mis en bouteille à 43%? "
Ce rhum a une couleur ambrée.

Nez (80): (5) plus que la moyenne. mélasse, épices, agrumes, floral, menthe.

Taste (84): léger, doux. cassonade, épices, agrumes, bois, cannelle, gâteau.

Finition (83): (4) moyenne. mélasse, épices.
82/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Isleofarrik
Couleur: or clair.
Nez: au premier nez, c'est presque du Cognac. Puis je trouve des notes fruitées de pommes d'amour, des abricots et des pêches. Au total, c'est assez léger mais bien équilibré.
Goût: l'alcool est un peu trop présent au début, mais ça va mieux quand je goûte les notes fruitées de nouveau, avec quelques notes de vanille et de noix grillées. Pas mal, mais un peu unidimensionnel.
78/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Peatynose
Couleur: bonze moyen.
Nez: douceur lourde, fruits rouges.
Goût: doux, l'impression générale comme le sapmle portant le numéro 1 dans cette session, mélasse.
Arrière-goût: mi-court

(Remarque: La note originale donnée par cette dégustation est de 62 C'est sa première participation et il utilise probablement une autre échelle que celle fournie en standard dans les WDTS Afin de garantir la cohérence des résultats, cette citation a été changé par l'administrateur)
75/100

Panama

21 years old

Collection
Rum Nation
Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
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0/100
Panama RN 21
Personal Comment

Panama

The Original Still Rum - Panama

Collection
Rum Nation
Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
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0/100
Panama Rum Nation 18
Personal Comment

Panama

Panama Rum 18 years old

Collection
Rum Nation
Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
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links & average quote
0/100
Panama 18 Rum Nation
Personal Comment

Panama

Old reserve distilled in 2002

Collection
Plantation
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
42 %
Bottler
Cognac Ferrand
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WDTSRum_2013_03 83/100
Plantation Panama 2002
Personal Comment
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Wiski
Nose: on ripe fruit, with a good dose of vanilla and butterscotch, with marzipan. Develops rapidly on nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, nuts) and on citrus (orange, orange peel, tangerine).

Mouth still on citrus with caramel, vanilla and a healthy dose of sweet spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg). Becomes more woody, with a smoke point, and a peppery edge. Long. Grows with more fat as you go.

Final: Return of caramel, oak and sweet spices.
90/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Loic43
Nose: Very discreet. Melon, pear and vanilla. A touch of ether gives it a little medicinal air.

Palate: The attack is very light, with ripe banana and a hint of oak. Later develops floral aromas and a delicate fruity (pear, apricot). It's very pleasant!

Finish: long and light, in line with the palate's end, on the flowers and white fruit.

Comment: Very subtle and unaggressive.

87/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de BailB
To the eye, this rum has light golden color and seems very liquid.

At the nose, it has distinct notes of caramel, chocolate, candied fruit and vanilla and light oak.

The palate is fresh and has a sweet taste. One can clearly see the notes of caramel and chocolate, but also licorice.
There is a good length and you can enjoy it for long minutes.
86/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Hydretzjet
Colour: Mahogany.
Nose: woody, vanilla and cherry.
Mouth with dominant woody vanilla and cherry, like at the nose.
Final: finely wooded, the leather, éger caramel.

Nice rum, probably traditional type, alcohol finely adjusted.
86/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Durhum
Amber and gold, nearly orange on reflections, the whole seems oily.

The nose is buttered, with the particularity of cleared at the beginning of a kind of nail glue smell. Oak is present, spices also, and the lighter flavors include vanilla and almond. Ripe fruit (citrus + / lemon).

The palate is soft and creamy on the spices and wood (oak / ginger and cinnamon), orange zest and still ripe fruity although roasted and caramelized sugar.

Final sweet as the mouth, slightly raised but still fruity.
83/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
“Quite good... but as with most rums the bottling strength really weakens the product”
This dram has a amber-like color.

Nose (82): (5)more than average. honey, citrus, spices, floral, vanilla, wood.

Taste (83): light, smooth. brown sugar, spices, vanilla, wood, cinnamon.

Finish (84): (5)longer than average. molasses, brown sugar.

83/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Peatynose
Colour: middle bronze
Nose: quite fresh, nearly citronella, quite light but not in a negative way.
Taste: light bitter notes with sweetness in the back, fragile
Aftertaste: short


(Remark: the original note given by this taster is 75. This is his first participation and he probably uses another scale than the standard one in the WDTS. To guarantee the coherence of the results, this quotation has been changed by the administrator)

82/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Kundalini
Colour: Amber
Nose:Very sweet, Mediterranean herbs, Maracuja
Mouth:Very, very sweet, light bitter, peppermint touch, floral honey
Finish: Medium long

82/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Savoureur
appearance:yellow gold
nose:low intensity, well integrated alcohol, caramel, vanilla, bag of Haribo sweets freshly opened, profile 7/8 sweet, 1/8 spicy
taste:medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, caramelized milk with double vanilla, pleasant but monolithic and full of sweetness
finish:short

81/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Isleofarrik
Colour: gold.
Nose: notes of vanilla, tobacco and gula djawa, together with some oak en green herbs. Later on some coconut and ginger. Nice and compact.
Taste: fresh entrance with some herbal notes. Then returning vanilla with brown caster sugar and some ginger and cinnamon. The finish is rather short, but the whole is quite tasty.

80/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Jmputz
Color: Old Gold
The nose is very (too) quiet and mostly marked by notes of coconut and very light hints of solvent. It is likely that if this rum was less diluted, it would have been much more expressive.
The first impression is very sweet, with hints of coconut exaggerated. Little complexity and a slightly sickening side.
The finish is short and marked by sugar and coconut.
80/100
WDTSRum_2013_03
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Colour: Deep copper.
Nose: Oh! Are you kidding me? Is that rum? The very same profile than a rather fair though slightly disappointing old grain. Make it a 1973 Strathclyde. Slightly sticky, with lots of vanilla, cotton candy galor, Malibu, and this typical hint of nail polish remover.
Mouth: Much weaker and sweeter than the above-mentionned Strathclyde now. 40% or 43%, no more, which is not enough to balance the sugary side of the spirit. The single grain character remains, but seems to be highly diluted, revealing some cheap fudge. Too bad.
Finish: Short and flat.
Comment: An interesting nose for you single grain lovers. Unfortunately, the overdiluted mouth doesn't last the distance.

76/100

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