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El Dorado Rare Collection Port Mourant 1999

El Dorado Rare Collection Port Mourant 1999 rum review by the fat rum pirateA 15 Year Old Port Mourant Rum from El Dorado released as part as their Rare Collection.  The three rums in the Rare Collection were released simultaneously earlier this year.

It has been noted that the rums ages mirror three of El Dorado’s “Premium” rums. 12, 15 and 21 years old.  I’m not sure whether it is entirely deliberate, nor am I totally sure if the stills used reflect the dominant rums used in each of El Dorado’s regular expressions.  A spreadsheet of rums used in El Dorado rums was published a while back but has since been questioned.  To be honest all are blends anyway so its academic really.

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Velier Diamond and Port Mourant 1999

Velier Diamond and Port Morant 1999 rum review by the fat rum pirateVelier Diamond and Port Mourant a rare “blend” of Demerara rum from the Italian super bottlers.

From the Coffey stills at DDL and the Port Mourant Double Wooden Pot Still. These rums were distilled in 1999 and blended in the barrel, before being bottled in July 2014. A total of 1,148 bottles of this rum were available.  It is safe to say its pretty scarce now.

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Bristol Classic Rum Port Morant Demerara Rum 25 Years Old

Bristol Pot Morant review by the fat rum pirateBristol Classic Rum are an Independent bottler based unsurprisingly in Bristol, England.  Over the years they have released several variations of their 1990 and 1999 Port Morant Demerara rums. NB Port Morant is their spelling error not mine I’m aware it should really be Mourant.

This is the latest release of their 1990 distillate and it comes in the typical red colour scheme.  Much like Veliers bottlings they stick to certain colours for rums from a particular still.

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Pusser’s Rum British Navy (40% ABV)

imageMuch to my uncontrollable excitement Pusser’s Rum Ltd, recently re-vamped (and to be fair tidied up) their range of rums.  This was done partly to introduce new expressions but also to avoid confusion caused by the numerous “Blue Label” versions on offer in varying territories.

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