Appleton - Estate 21 Year Old

Complex & Aromatic

70cl Bottle £144.40
In Stock

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

Country of Origin


Nutritional Information

Gluten Free Vegan Vegetarian

Key Information

Other Information

  • AgeingCask
  • BodyFull Bodied
  • Distillation MethodPot & Column Still
  • Master DistillerJoy Spence
  • Oak Cask TypeEx-Bourbon
  • OverproofNo
  • Single BarrelNo
  • SweetnessDry

A very rare blend of some of Appleton Estate's finest aged rums, Appleton Estate 21 Year Old Jamaica Rum is a smooth sipping rum that will leave a lasting impression on even the most discerning of palates.

The rums in Appleton Estate 21 Year Old, each aged a minimum of 21 years, bring their own special characteristics together into a truly glorious harmony.

This is a rum of finesse and character, powerful without being overpowering, delicate, complex and aromatic.

Enjoy neat or on the rocks.

Appearance: Coppery/tawny

Nose:Floral scent that develops into a unique mature nutty bouquet, with vanilla, orange peel and cocoa notes. Mellow orange peel Deep vanilla Rich nutmeg Vibrant almond Warm coffee and cocoa

Palate: Baked nuttiness comes on strongly in the tastes of molasses and oak.

Finish: Long, sap-like, brown sugar-like, dry.


MR L Dow 2009-08-01 19:27:37

This is truly a unique sipping rum , extremely smooth with plenty of depth and body to it , and for those of you who haven't tried it , you are certainly missing out on Appleton's finest aged rum yet to date. L.DOW. A.K.A Big.D. ltd.

Marcus Smith 2009-02-06 06:22:12

Wonderful stuff. The Queen of Rums! The perfection of this rum makes it just wonderful over ice.

2008-07-26 05:16:09

This is the Rolls Royce of Rums, I was a bit wary of spending that kind of money on this bottle. Simply put, if you see it, buy it as you won't regret it. Drink this rum neat or with a single ice cube. Don't drink this with coke as that would be a waste.

J Hipkiss 2005-04-01 08:33:05

This is a wonderfully smooth and complex rum that stands head and shoulders above other more familiar brands. Taken neat it is initially reminiscent of a fine brandy on the palate, but this changes to the familiar warmth and taste of an evening sat by a driftwood fire on an empty Jamaican beach, watching the sun go down.