About George Street Spiced Rum
Woodman Wines & Spirits Inc.
George street spiced rum
$27.95
LCBO No. 318717

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About:

Made by Newfoundlanders for the discerning rum drinker. George Street Spiced is bottled in Newfoundland by Rock Spirits, a growing Newfoundland based spirits company. With the most bars per square foot in North America, George Street is synonymous with late nights and good times. This brand is a tribute to one of the top entertainment districts in the world, a true testament to Newfoundland hospitality.

Nobody drinks and mixes more rum than Newfoundlanders – so who better to craft the perfect blend? Over 20 mixologists put their skills together and crafted a taste that will win your senses over. You can thank them for a product influenced by a history of Newfoundland rum experts!

Taste:

The caramel butterscotch toffee aroma and notes of subtle spice and vanilla are a consequence of this rum’s extra maturation, aged much longer in oak casks (6 years) compared to other spiced rum. This makes for a better tasting, flavourful spiced blend, worthy of any seasoned rum drinker.

Cocktail:

Small Island Spiced Tea

.25 oz – Vodka, Gin, Tequila and Grand Marnier
1 oz – George Street Spiced RUM
1 oz – Equal parts water, sugar, lemon juice, and lime juice
Mix ingredients in a cocktail shaker

Pour over an ice-filled glass and add a splash of Cola. Get your night started right with a Small Island Spiced Tea. This drink packs a wallop of flavour and much like our island, has a high alcohol concentration. Please drink responsibly!

Accolades:

The spiced rum certainly has a nice sweet spice-filled nose. Dark, caramelized brown sugar and vanilla jump out of the bottle as soon as it is opened. I poured a dram into my glass, and let it sit while I wrote my introduction to this review so as to allow the glass to breathe before I examined it further. After a few minutes rich baking spices have built up, and I imagine that I can smell sweet cinnamon rolls in that glass. Rich brown sugars pour out with vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and pecans. This is probably the one of the nicest noses I have encountered in a spiced rum. But my feeling is that the spices are only part of the story. It is the aged Guyanan Rum under the spices which is giving the nose depth and character. I have a strong urge to steal a sip before I am finished nosing the glass.”

For the full review from the Rum Howler click here.

Visit: www.georgestreetspiced.com

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