Richland Rum Batch 108
How is Richland Rum Batch 108 produced?
The distillery has full control over the entire process, so they can ensure that each batch meets their high standards. The Richland Rum Batch 108 rum is distilled into a traditional copper pot still, giving the rum lovely heavy, and powerful flavor profiles. After that, the Richland Rum Batch 108 rum is aged for about 3 years in new American oak barrels. The rum is “Single Cask” rum, which means that it is bottled directly from dish to bottle, without any kind of mixture, and therefore each batch is completely unique despite a common approach.
For this reason, Richland Rum has made it possible to ‘trace’ their rum, and it is highly recommended to enter the bottle number indicated on the bottleneck here, as a large number of exciting information will be provided on the specific bottle. After aging, the alcohol content is adjusted and the rum is drained without further interference.
What does Batch 108 taste like?
You experience scents of heavy fad notes that are balanced nicely with caramelized fruits and caramel. The taste has an amazing acidity and sweetness that gives the taste profile a nice harmony. Despite short cask storage, the rum is extremely complex and can easily ‘bite spoons’ with other much older rums.
How should Richland Rum Batch 108 be enjoyed?
Richland Rum Batch 108 is recommended to be enjoyed ‘neat’, but also fits incredibly well in rum-based cocktails.
Enjoy it with a great Cuban or New World Cigar!