Blackwell 007 Limited Edition 70cl 40°

Country : Jamaica / Reference: : 24676

Blackwell Rum creates a very special limited edition 007.

Blackwell Fine Jamaican Rum is produced by the Wray & Nephew Distillery according to a traditional recipe from the Lindo family, the mother of Chris Blackwell. Golden and pleasantly scented, it is characterized by warm Jamaican notes. It is distilled in a column and in a pot still, then aged for a few years in Bourbon barrels.

Chris Blackwell is a famous music producer, member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and founder of the Island Records label which introduced the world to Bob Marley reggae in the 1970s. Today he is the owner of the former Ian Fleming's residence, GoldenEye, where all of the James Bond novels were written.

“James Bond has been a big part of my life, from having lunch with Ian Fleming in his GoldenEye mansion to being the scout for the first Bond film, Dr. No (1962). It was a pleasure working with the producers. of No Time To Die. Our Jamaican team provided the Blackwell for the filming of the new James Bond, the opportunity to come full circle in this very special relationship. It is a rum that celebrates Jamaica, my friendships and also my family heritage." - Chris Blackwell.

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Volume0.7 L
ABV40 °
TypeSpiced Rum

Chris Blackwell, the originator of the rum of the same name, comes from a family that has lived in Jamaica since 1625. He is famous for having founded Island Records and participated in the international expansion of reggae, notably with Bob Marley.

He owns Goldeneye, the house built in Jamaica by Ian Fleming, famous British spy novelist and author of the James Bond series.

Colour: dark gold.

Nose: fresh and fruity, with a nice balance: pineapple, melon, ripe banana, vegetal notes and a touch of vanilla.

Palate: spicy with sweet and pastry aromas accompanied by vanilla and caramel. A touch of burnt wood.

Finish: the presence of dry and burnt wood is felt before giving way to notes of barley sugar.