Review: Rhum Clément

Rhum Clément, something completely different from whisky. Another adventure for my taste-buds in the world or Rhum.

On their website they mention the following; Since 1887, the production of Rhum Clément has been carried out according to the purest traditions and most time-honoured inherited from Homère and Charles Clément. Homère Clément, physician and mayor of Le François, purchased the prestigious 43 hectare sugar plantation, Domaine de L’Acajou, and pioneered Rhum Agricole, a contemporary style of pure rum made directly from fresh free-run sugarcane juice, instead of the traditional rum made from molasses.

That sounds interesting enough! Rum or should I say Rhum, we go!

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Foursquare Rum

Again, another direction when it comes to spirits, making a curve to rumFour special rums send to join an on-line tasting with a couple of others. I was looking forward to this tasting, but unfortunately, I had the date all wrong, so I tried the rum a couple of days later by myself. Rum from the Foursquare Distillery tucked away in the southern countryside of Barbados

Nevertheless, it was an amazing experience and the rum is really stunning, just like the labels on the big bottles.

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