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Plantation Rum - Three Stars White Rum

Plantation Rum - Three Stars White Rum

70cl Bottle £25.78
Next in stock 29th Mar 2023

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

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White Rum

From the Drink Spirits website:

Plantation 3 Stars White Rum 41.2% is the first white rum from Plantation. It's a blend of rums from Barbados, Trinidad, and Jamaica (which just so happen to be three of our favourite rum producing islands). The blend actually consists of a 3 year old Trinidad rum, unaged Barbados, unaged Jamaican, and a 12 year aged Jamaican rum.

The nose on the Plantation 3 Stars Rum clearly reflects the rums present in the blend - vanilla cream, marshmallow, banana, and soft cocoa delivered from the Trinidad rum; soft tropical fruit notes coming from the Barbados rum; and deep brown sugar and funk notes from the Jamaican.

The nose on the 3 Stars is nothing short of seductive.

1 Comment

Stephanie Rodgers 2013-05-10 18:38:22

Wow. Best affordable white rum I've ever tasted, not surprised it is picking up loads of awards. Well done Plantation. The blend of styles and ages give the rum real complexity and balance, whilst remaining light enough for a mojito or daiquiri. There is fruit, spice, sweetness, and a little kick from the old Jamaican rum, and the higher alcohol seems to pull it all together rather than making it fiery. I could drink this neat.