L'amitie - White Rum

Creamy Notes
L'amitie - White Rum

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White Rum

This rum is made from fermented molasses put through a column still and left un-aged.

L'Amitie has a very clean approach on the nose which follows through onto the palate.

The palate offers fresh, creamy notes with hints of sugar and caramel and surprisingly good length for 37.5% abv.


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