|Article:||Plantation O.F.T.D. Overproof Dark Rum|
|Country:||Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados|
|Rum type:||OFTD = Old Fashioned Traditional Dark|
|Characteristics:||Guyana rum (matured for 1-2 years in new and old oak barrels), Jamaica rum (matured for 1-2 years in old and new oak barrels), Jamaica rum (matured for 14 years in new barrels), Barbados rum (matured for 2-5 years in bourbon barrels) The Cuvée stored a couple of weeks in small second-hand Cognac barrels made of French oak in the cool cellars of Château de Bonbonnet/Cognac.|
|Flavour:||In the nose intensive and very precise notes of coffee, oranges, plums, jam and truffle.|
|Taste:||Full of notes of crème caramel, chocolate and vanilla. On this cinnamon, nutmeg, raisin, oak and molasses follow with smoke accents.|
|Finish:||Long lasting with dark chocolate, caramel and cloves. Notes of brown cane sugar molasses as well as oak and plum remain in the empty glass.|
The Plantation O.F.T.D. Overproof Dark rum is a creation of Ferrand cellar master Alexandre Gabriel as well as another 6 rum experts: Martin Cate, Jeff Berry, Paul McFayden, Paul McGee, Scott shudder and David Wondrich.
The Plantation Rum Collection offers you exquisite and unique treasures of the Caribbean. Every rum is expression of the unmistakably Caribbean flavours and traditions.
The burning methods are different depending on plantation and country of origin. The distillation in the "burning piston" lets soft, aromatic rums arise while "column burning apparatus" are producing light, elegant rums.
The freshly cut sugar cane of the plantation is pressed to win the juice from it which either is heated up gently to molasses first or is fermented directly to sugar cane juice, the "vesou". These ingredients then come, tradition-like for the respective country, into burning apparatus.
After the distillation Plantation rum is decanted to the maturity into little oak barrels in which bourbon, cognac or sherry lay before. A method which awards her quite special and unique character to the rums. These precious rums are depending on the respective year only available in limited quantity.
|Country of origin:||Caribbean|
|Address:||Château de Bonbonnet 24 Chemin Prés 16130 Ars France|