Plantation Rum Jamaïca 2007 70cl 46.8°
The Plantation Rum Jamaïca 2007 comes from the stills of the Long Pond and Clarendon rum factories in which this Single Cask was distilled in 2007 in 2 barrels.
Origin: Clarendon and Long Pond in Jamaica
- Clarendon: 11 and a half years in bourbon casks and 1 year in Cognac casks at Maison Ferrand.
- Long pond: 11 years in bourbon casks and 1.5 years in Cognac casks at Maison Ferrand.
After assembling these barrels, it aged for 6 additional months in Sauternes barrels (225L), bringing notes of honey and white flowers.
Each bottle is numbered.
Launched by Maison Ferrand, the label Plantation Rum consists of a collection of rums from the best distilleries in the Caribbean (Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama or Trinidad).
The collection is divided into two distinct ranges, blends and vintages.
The blends are blends refined by the cellar master of the Maison Ferrand.
The vintages, whose tastes differ from one vintage to another, come directly from the barrel and are available in limited quantities.
Designed in a traditional way, produced in rum distilleries and aged in barrels under the tropical sun, the rums of the Plantation Rum range benefit from a unique aging process: "double ageing" which consists of bringing back from their country of origin the rums at the right time to refine them several months more directly to the Domaine de Bonbonnet in Cognac in small oak barrels clean at Maison Ferrand.