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THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY BLACKBEARD CARONI 21 YO EDWARD TEACH “BLACKBEARD” Distillery: Caroni Di...

THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY BLACKBEARD CARONI 21 YO EDWARD TEACH “BLACKBEARD” Distillery: Caroni Distillation year: 1999 Bottling year: 2021 Age: 21YO Single cask number: 197 Limited edition: 228 bottles ABV: 65.7% Full Proof Heavy Trinidad Rum It was always his thick, long and black beard that gave him his terrifying look. Teach understood the […]

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THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY BLACKBEARD CARONI 21 YO

EDWARD TEACH “BLACKBEARD”

  • Distillery: Caroni
  • Distillation year: 1999
  • Bottling year: 2021

    THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY BLACKBEARD CARONI 21 YO

    EDWARD TEACH “BLACKBEARD”

    • Distillery: Caroni
    • Distillation year: 1999
    • Bottling year: 2021
    • Age: 21YO
    • Single cask number: 197
    • Limited edition: 228 bottles
    • ABV: 65.7%
    • Full Proof Heavy Trinidad Rum

    It was always his thick, long and black beard that gave him his terrifying look. Teach understood the value of appearances and stroke enouhg fear in an opposing crew so they often simply surrendered.

    He was in fact very successful. Together with the crew of Benjamin Hornigold he catured and commanded the 40-gun Queen Anne’s Revenge.

    Operating around the West Indies andsoutheastern U.S. states he become the most famous pirate captain of all time.

     

    Tasting notes

    92/100 points
    *****
    whiskyfun.com
    I had thought the golden age of piracy was right today, just ask Bezos, Sundar or Jack Ma… Anyway! Colour: amber. Nose: oh, mashed potatoes with black truffles and olive oil! Then eggplants and smoky coffee, engine grease, candy sugar, a little corn syrup, caramelised onions… With water: tight and green. Someone’s smoked Brussels sprouts and called that ‘rum’. A curious maltiness and more mashed potatoes. And more truffles. Mouth (neat): smashing, bone-dry and ultra-tight, almost Ardbeggian. Sublime smoky coastalness. Terrrrrific. With water: oh wow. Millimetric and vertical, petroly, tarry, wonderful. Finish: long, tarry and rubbery. No escape. Comments: perfect in the tarry style. I think we’ve already mentioned middle-aged Port Ellen, have we not?
    whiskyfun.com

    1 OF 228 BOTTLES 

    RARITY!!

     

     

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