Foursquare Exceptional Cask Selection XVII 2009 60% 70cl
Part of the Vintage series of the ECS range from the Barbados-based Foursquare Distillery - originally launched as a 2004 vintage, each release has proved to be incredibly popular, and with good reason!
It's dubbed a 'Single Blended Rum' - an odd terminology, but one that essentially means it's a blending of pot- and column still rums, aged fully in Barbados for 12 years in ex-Bourbon barrels.
As is so classically shown with Foursquare rums, there's a fantastic balance of charred tropical fruit and warm oak. At 60% ABV, there is a danger the alcohol would overpower the complexities within, but in this case even without a drop of water there is plenty to chew on - quite literally!
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