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Rum: Black Tot British Navy Rum

Pours a deep copper/mahogany colour with some minor sediment evident. Perfumed aromatics exude layers of molasses, brown sugar, liquorice all sorts and new leather. Entry is semi sweet and soft, building with exceptional concentration. Mid palate is off dry with a momentary burst of date and raisin, becoming dry, spicy and fruit cake like. Stunning length as the flavours repeat in waves. 

Size: 750mL

Proof: 108.6 (54.3%% ABV)

Origin: Caribbean, England

Distillery: Black Tot

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Detailed Description

Finish is progressively drier as delicate, powdery tannins enter. Impeccable balance. Concludes super fine and dry with notes of charry oak, sarsaparilla and cigar box. The persistence of flavour is nothing short of remarkable as the aftertaste reverberates in the mouth for ten minutes plus. An exhilarating rum experience. 54.3% Alc./Vol.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Initial treacle notes precede dark chocolate with super-ripe black fruits, muscovado sugar and walnuts. A drop of water releases notes of black banana, liquorice root, tamarind paste with and exotic edge of balsamic. 

Palate: Starts off thick and sweet, becoming light and oaky before a burst of cassis / creme de mures then espresso & cacao. 

Finish: Very long with light scented wood, black fruits and cigar tobacco.

Distillery Information:

On July 31st 1970 a 300 year-old Royal Naval tradition ended at precisely 6 bells in the forenoon watch (11am) when the last rum ration was issued aboard ships of the Royal Navy - a day to be forever remembered as Black Tot Day. Black Tot Day was the last day on which the Royal Navy issued sailors with a daily rum ration. In the 17th century, the daily drink ration for English sailors was a gallon of beer.