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Transcontinental Rum Line Panama 2011 Rum Review

Rum: Transcontinental Rum Line Panama 2011

This rum first stored for six years in ex-Bourbon barrels in the tropical climate of Panama and was then ripened for 12 months in the continental climate of Europe.

Size: 750mL

Proof: 86 (43% ABV)

Age: 7 Year

Origin: West Indies

Distillery: Worthy Park Distillery

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Detailed Description

Made from fermented molasses distilled in column stills, this Panama 2011 displays vanilla, pastry, exotic wood and dried fruit flavors. This rum has matured close to the Panama Canal in Bourbon barrels during 6 years in tropical conditions and then 1 year in Europe.

Transcontinental Rum Line Panama 2011 Rum Tasting Notes

Nose: Sweet vanilla and tropical fruit notes. Spices and cedar wood.

Palate: Full-bodied and round on the tongue. First, citrus and candied apricots. Spicy oak and nutmeg.

Finish: Long-lasting and balanced with vanilla, fruit and sweet oak.

Distillery Information

Worthy Park Estate deep in the heart of Luidas Vale, surrounded by mountain ranges and lush and fertile terrain. It is located in the central parish of St. Catherine and is known for its traditional, authentic Jamaican rum.

The estate was actually gifted to Lt. Francis Price for his services to Cromwell during the English capture of the island from the Spanish in 1655. Throughout over 10,000 acres of land, around 40% of the land is currently in sugar cultivation. The molasses used in rum production is extracted on the property; their sugar factory has been rated #1 on the island for efficiency every year since 1968. They distill their rums in a traditional 100% copper Jamaican pot still, producing heavy bodied rums, and even use native yeast cultivated from their own sugar cane crop.

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