Minoki Crl Mizunara Cask Rum

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Introducing Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum, a distinguished expression of craftsmanship and innovation. This exceptional rum is meticulously crafted using the finest sugarcane and aged to perfection in rare Mizunara oak casks, renowned for imparting unique flavors and aromas.

Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum begins its journey in the fertile fields of the Caribbean, where the sugarcane is carefully selected and harvested by hand. After fermentation and distillation, the rum is aged in Mizunara oak casks, sourced from the forests of Japan.

With its rich amber hue and complex aroma, Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum captivates the senses from the first pour. The nose is greeted by notes of caramel, honey, and spices, with hints of tropical fruits and a subtle smokiness from the Mizunara oak.

On the palate, Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum delivers a luxurious and velvety-smooth experience. Flavors of vanilla, oak, and caramel dominate the forefront, with nuances of cinnamon, clove, and dried fruits adding depth and complexity. The Mizunara oak imparts a distinctive flavor profile, with hints of sandalwood and incense lingering on the palate.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for your favorite cocktails, Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum promises an unforgettable drinking experience. Embrace the spirit of innovation and elevate your rum game with Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum, where tradition meets innovation in every sip.




Tasting Notes

Minoki CRL Mizunara Cask Rum presents a rich amber color, reminiscent of polished mahogany, with golden highlights that reflect its aging in Mizunara oak casks.

Upon nosing, the aroma is complex and inviting, with layers of rich caramel, honey, and spices intertwining harmoniously. Subtle hints of tropical fruits add brightness, while a delicate smokiness from the Mizunara oak lingers in the background, adding depth and intrigue.

The palate is treated to a velvety-smooth texture, with flavors of vanilla, oak, and caramel taking center stage. The Mizunara oak imparts a unique complexity, with hints of sandalwood and incense adding an exotic touch. Subtle notes of cinnamon, clove, and dried fruits further enhance the flavor profile, creating a symphony of flavors that dance on the tongue.

The finish is long and satisfying, with the rich flavors lingering on the palate. A subtle warmth emerges, leaving a pleasant aftertaste that invites another sip and evokes a sense of contentment.

Distillery Information

Dark rums, also known by their particular colour, such as brown, black, or red rums, are classes a grade darker than gold rums. They are usually made from caramelized sugar or molasses.
Mizunara needs to be around 200 years old before it can be cut and used for casks. While some larger distilleries have access to forests, rights are often suspended to allow them to regrow. During these times, the available wood is sold at public auctions. The huge demand can cause prices to skyrocket.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 first distillation of rum took place on the sugarcane plantations of the Caribbean in the 17th century when plantation slaves discovered that molasses could be fermented into alcohol.First things first, put simply rum is made from sugar cane. In fact, it's made from 100% cane product. This includes raw cane juice, white or brown cane sugar, cane syrup, evaporated cane sugar and cane molasses.
If kept out of direct sunlight and in a cool setting, unopened rum can be stored almost indefinitely. It is considered a stable liquor with a high ABV to preserve its integrity while in storage. Once opened, a bottle of rum should be used within 6 months to 2 years, depending on the additional flavors in the liquor.
Rum is made by distilling sugarcane. Dark, black or golden rum starts off as the same clear spirit that makes light rum. However, instead of being filtered and bottled right after being distilled, dark rums are aged first.