Cadenhead's Guyana Diamond MPM 2003 14 y.o. Vol.59,1% Cl.70
- Distillate in Guyana from the Diamond demerara distillers
- Alambicco Diamond is a double column Coffey Still.
- Rum Cadenhead "Diamond" 2003 Demerara MPM 14 years ago is part of Cadenhead's 175-year-old collection.
The Diamond distillery is located in the center of the Demerara County in Guyana.
The Diamond distillery is part of the Demerara distillers El Dorado group.
Diamond is the maker of a style of rum that counts among the best in the world, next to Enmore and Port Mourant as far as the Demerara area is concerned.
The rum produced by the Diamond distillery encompasses the love for a land of exotic and lush landscapes, which was the scene of colorful cultures.
By investigating its refined soul, one can immediately be struck by a unique and spectacular balance in spite of the high alcoholic strength.
It is due to the use of the Diamond still and that is a double column Coffey Still.
The Rum "Diamond" 2003 Demerara MPM 14 years is a distillate with an intoxicating scent, typical of South America.
The fineness of the Rum "Diamond" presents interesting notes, referring the mind to fine woods and noble spices.
The tasting experience that gives this distillate is extremely composed.
Cadenhead is probably the only company in the world that owns a vast stock of rum matured in old oak barrels.
Cadenhead was founded in 1842 and has always selected the best whiskeys and rums in the world.
Cadenhead rums are bottled in barrel proof, without cold filtration, without the addition of caramel and any other element not coming from distillation.
Rum Cadenhead "Diamond" 2003 Demerara MPM 14 years ago is part of Cadenhead's 175-year-old collection.
Aroma: Gingerbread, aromatic notes in abundance, orange juice and lightly burnt caramel.
Palate: Still caramel, clove and a pinch of pepper.
Finale: Delicate and persistent spices combined with toffee.
You can combine the Rum "Diamond" 2003 Demerara MPM 14 years with special cigars like the Rocky Patel or with Toscano Originale Millesimato.