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Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve

Vendor Brinley Gold Shipwreck
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Prepare to embark on a voyage of unparalleled taste with Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve, a true treasure of the Caribbean. Crafted with precision and care, this exceptional rum embodies the spirit of adventure and discovery, inviting you to explore the pristine beauty and vibrant flavors of the tropics.

Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve is a testament to the art of rum-making, showcasing the finest quality ingredients and meticulous craftsmanship. Distilled from pure sugarcane molasses and aged in oak barrels, this rum achieves a remarkable balance of smoothness and character that sets it apart from the rest.

With its crystal-clear appearance, Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve offers a glimpse into its purity and refinement. The aroma is fresh and inviting, with hints of tropical fruits, citrus zest, and delicate floral notes that dance upon the senses.

On the palate, Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve delivers a crisp and clean taste experience. Smooth and refreshing, it boasts flavors of ripe pineapple, coconut, and vanilla, complemented by a subtle hint of oak and spice. Each sip is a celebration of the Caribbean's sun-soaked shores and laid-back island vibe.

Versatile and approachable, Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve is perfect for sipping neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for classic cocktails. Whether enjoyed in moments of relaxation or shared among friends, it promises to elevate any occasion with its undeniable charm and impeccable quality.

Embrace the spirit of adventure and indulge in the timeless elegance of Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve. With each sip, you'll discover a new world of flavor and sophistication, inviting you to savor the moment and celebrate the magic of the Caribbean. Raise a glass and toast to the spirit of discovery with Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve.

 

ABV

40%

Tasting Notes

Appearance: Crystal-clear and inviting, Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve glistens in the glass, reflecting the pristine purity of its composition.

Nose: The aroma is fresh and vibrant, with tropical fruits taking center stage. Pineapple and coconut aromas intertwine with hints of citrus zest, evoking images of sun-drenched beaches and ocean breezes. Subtle floral notes dance in the background, adding an extra layer of complexity.

Palate: Upon the first sip, Brinley Shipwreck White Rum Reserve delights the palate with its crisp and clean taste. Ripe pineapple and coconut flavors dominate, accompanied by a touch of vanilla sweetness. A subtle hint of oak adds depth and complexity, while a gentle spice lingers in the background, tantalizing the taste buds.

Finish: The finish is smooth and refreshing, leaving a lingering impression of tropical splendor. A subtle warmth envelops the palate, inviting contemplation and appreciation of the rum's impeccable craftsmanship.

Distillery Information

Brinley Gold Shipwreck Rum is hand crafted on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts. Our mission is simple – to make the best tasting flavored rum in the world.
It includes both the light-bodied rums, typified by those of Cuba and Puerto Rico, and the heavier and fuller-flavoured rums of Jamaica. Rums originated in the West Indies and are first mentioned in records from Barbados in about 1650. They were called “kill-devil” or “rumbullion” and by 1667 were simply called rum.The story of Mount Gay begins in Barbados. This is where the world's oldest rum company was established, and where, since 1703, the most complex blends have come to life in ancestral ageing cellars. This heritage is continually and patiently being passed on to our bartender and wine and spirits merchant advocates.
After five to six days in fermentation, the resulting “wash” is transferred to our 500-gal pot still, where the liquid is heated to separate the alcohols. The still converts the alcohols to vapor form and then returns it to liquid through a condenser.The traditional history of modern-style rum tells of its invention in the Caribbean, in the 17th century, by slaves on sugarcane plantations, who discovered that molasses, a by-product of the sugar refining process, could be fermented into alcohol, and then distilled.

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