KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum

Vendor Dead Man's Fingers
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Introducing KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum, a collaboration that blends the bold flavors of KFC's legendary spices with the Caribbean charm of Dead Man’s Fingers Rum. Crafted with innovation and expertise, this unique spiced rum promises to tantalize your taste buds with a fusion of savory and sweet notes.

KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum begins with the finest Caribbean rum, sourced from the lush sugar cane fields of the region. This premium rum serves as the canvas for the infusion of KFC's iconic blend of herbs and spices, resulting in a truly one-of-a-kind flavor profile.

With its deep amber hue and enticing aroma, KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum invites you on a sensory journey. The nose is greeted by the familiar aromas of KFC's secret recipe, including hints of savory herbs, warm spices, and a touch of sweetness.

On the palate, KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum delivers a rich and complex flavor experience. The savory notes of KFC's signature spices are complemented by the sweetness of caramel, vanilla, and tropical fruits, creating a harmonious balance of flavors.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the base for your favorite cocktails, KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum promises an unforgettable drinking experience. Embrace the spirit of innovation and indulge in the bold flavors of KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum.



Tasting Notes

KFC x Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum presents a rich amber hue, reminiscent of aged mahogany. Its clarity and depth hint at the complexity of flavors waiting to be discovered.

Upon nosing, the aroma is intriguing and multifaceted, with layers of spices mingling harmoniously. Notes of KFC's signature blend of herbs and spices dominate the forefront, offering hints of savory sage, fragrant thyme, and warm cinnamon. Subtle undertones of caramel and vanilla add a touch of sweetness, creating a tantalizing olfactory experience.

The palate is treated to a symphony of flavors, with the savory spices of KFC's secret recipe taking center stage. Bold notes of black pepper, cloves, and nutmeg dance on the tongue, evoking the familiar taste of KFC's iconic fried chicken. The sweetness of caramel and vanilla provides a delightful contrast, while hints of tropical fruits add a refreshing touch. The overall mouthfeel is smooth and velvety, with a satisfying warmth that lingers on the palate.

The finish is long and lingering, with the spices and sweetness gradually fading to reveal a subtle smokiness reminiscent of KFC's signature barbecue flavors. A gentle warmth envelops the mouth, leaving a lasting impression of indulgence and satisfaction.

Distillery Information

Dead Man's fingers small batch rum conceived in the town of St Ives in Cornwall, and while production is no longer there - the beach side, fun time nature it conveys through its flavours never seems to fail to transport you back.
Halewood Wines & Spirits, specialist in innovative and artisanal spirits has added Cornwall's funky small batch spiced rum brand, Dead Man's Fingers to its premium portfolio.Rum is a liquor made by fermenting and then distilling sugarcane molasses or sugarcane juice.
About 7-12 cm long, soft to the touch and covered in an eerily skin-like peel, the fruit of Decaisnea does really feel like a cold human finger, hence it's common name 'dead man's finger'. The fruits of Decaisnea are borne in clusters of three and this has got an interesting reason.
Rum, a distilled drink made from fermented sugarcane or molasses, has a typical alcohol concentration of 40% ABV. Some rum is “overproof,” meaning that it has alcohol concentration of at least 57.5% ABV. Most overproof rum exceeds this minimum, usually reaching 75.5% ABV, which is equivalent to 151 proof.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.It is worth noting that the initial distillation from a fresh batch of molasses may only yield an ABV of around 30-35% ABV - too low to be called rum. Therefore a second distillation is required in order to attain the necessary ABV - typically between 75-90% ABV.