Hampden LROK 2010 47% NV
€ 133,10 (in Vat)
|Region||Hampden Estate, Trelawny|
Founded in 1753, Hampden Estate has been distilling rum for over three centuries in the Trelawny Parish, historically the grand cru of Jamaican rum.
Hampden Estate is known for producing a wide variety of distillates. Depending on several parameters, such as the duration of the fermentation or the addition of dunder (the remains of a previous distillation), a rum is given a certain mark. The mark LROK stands for Light Rum Owen Kelly, and is one of the marks produced at Hampden Estate and refers to a rum with a high concentration of esters, from 200 to 400 g/hLPA.
Hampden Estate 2010 LROK has matured for no less than 11 years in the tropical climate of Jamaica, which is comparable to about 44 years of ripening in European climate.
Nose: Fruity. Dried banana, sweet and sour candies, sugar cane syrup.
Taste: Fresh. Camphor, menthol, exotic fruits, vanilla.
Finish: long and silky. Rum cake, licorice, orange zest.