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Chairmans Reserve - St Lucian Rum

Hint of Vanilla
Chairmans Reserve - St Lucian Rum On offer

Was £19.69 - Now £18.58
70cl Bottle £18.58
In Stock


Country of Origin

Saint Lucia

Key Information

Associated Groups

Gold Rum

This rum is a blend of double distilled pot still and continuous still rums.

The pot still richness comes through on the nost along with juicy fruits and a hint of honey.

The palate is medium bodied with a soft feel, a hint of vanilla and spices.

Chariman's Reserve is best enjoyed by St. Lucian's with coconut water but can be drunk neat or with any chaser of your choice.

7 Comments found

Matt Jones 2012-09-07 12:49:33

This is easily my favourite \"everyday\" kind of rum. Tastes pleasant alone (but not my preference and goes brilliantly with any mixer or in a cocktail. It hasn\'t got that \"edge\" that a lot of the mainstream rums have (like bacardi) and is nice and smooth. If you\'re not sure (like I was when I first bought one) then just give it a go, you won\'t be dissapointed.

Dave Marsland 2011-09-23 17:53:59

Its blended using rums from both a double distilled pot still and a continuous still to give it a vanilla and honey nose with ripe exotic fruits pushing their way through. On the palate it gives off subtle sweet characteristics of spice with the vanilla being slightly more potent. Gives a bit of a kick on the way down but it leaves a mellow after-taste soon after.

matthew thornton 2009-04-04 21:07:33

We spent a year living in Saint Lucia and we fell in love with Chairmans Reserve.We were back in the UK for 3 years before we found it at TheDrinksShop.com and now we are hooked again. I drink with coke and ice and my wife likes it with coke and lime. Highly recommended.

Russell Johnson 2009-02-27 23:40:36

We recently returned from St. Lucia and loved this rum mixed with ginger ale and a lime wedge.....incredibly refreshing! Reminds me of the islands.

Andrew Sacher 2009-02-12 15:35:46

As with David below I was in St Lucia for my brothers wedding in Sept 07. On one of the last days I went on a rum tour to an old distillery and then to one of the only fully working distilleries on the Island. Picked this up as well as a bottle of Kweyol spiced rum from the same company. Anyway, the taste. Being aged in an oak casket like most aged rum's it has a really earthy taste and deep warmth that's surprisingly smooth and mellow. Shamefully I've only got a quarter of a bottle left and hopefully won't touch that for a good while. Too aged to mix with coke and is best served up straight over 1 or 2 ice cubes. Highly recommended for a cheap but nice sipping rum. In my eyes beats Appleton 12 and is on par with another of my favourites R L Seales. Doesn't touch an Eldorado 15 or Ron Zacapa but then again they're a lot more expensive.