Tag Archives: Rum

Foursquare Isonomy

Foursquare Isonomy Rum Review by the fat rum pirateFoursquare Isonomy. The reviews haven’t been as prolific as usual of late. So we are falling behind a little with regards the latest releases in Foursquare’s Exceptional Cask Series.

To be honest the way the rums are selling out pretty much straight away the most likely place now to find a bottle of Isonomy is on the Secondary market. You may find the odd retailer has stock but they may be asking for a price above the original RRP. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

Dead Reckoning Mutiny – South Pacific 20 Year Bourbon Cask

Dead Reckoning Mutiny - South Pacific 20 Year Bourbon Cask rum review by the fat rum pirateDead Reckoning Mutiny – South Pacific 20 Year Bourbon Cask. Finally the team over at Dead Reckoning Rum have released a rum outside of Australia. Rum fans in mainland Europe and the UK (if you can negotiate the horrors of Brex-shit) will now be able to source a Dead Reckoning release.

There are actually two Dead Reckoning Rum’s available in the European market – this one and a 10 Year Old also from South Pacific Distillery. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

S.B.S – The 1423 Single Barrel Selection Antigua 2015

S.B.S – The 1423 Single Barrel Selection Antigua 2015 review by the fat rum pirateS.B.S – The 1423 Single Barrel Selection Antigua 2015. Continuing the theme of recent reviews of Independent Bottlers (IB’s), today we are reviewing a rum from Danish bottlers/brand owners/distributors 1423.

In the UK we are fortunate to receive a very healthy number of products from 1423, as the chaps over at Skylark Spirits have taken over distribution of their products. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

Samaroli Barbados Rum Distilled in 2010 TWB Exclusive 15th Anniversary

Samaroli Barbados Rum Distilled in 2010 TWB Exclusive 15th Anniversary rum review by the fat rum pirateSamaroli Barbados Rum Distilled in 2010 TWB Exclusive 15th Anniversary. It’s probably worth me noting at this point that this is a rum from the Foursquare Distillery.

I dare say I probably don’t have to elaborate any further on the subject of Foursquare. If anyone reading this is wondering why, then please type Foursquare into the search function on the site…..All should become quite clear. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

Dràm Mòr Single Cask Rum Uitvulgt Distillery Aged 24 Years

Dràm Mòr Single Cask Rum Uitvulgt Distillery Aged 24 Years Review by the fat rum pirateDràm Mòr Single Cask Rum Uitvulgt Distillery Aged 24 Years. We are back today with what I think is the second Guyanese rum I have tried from Dràm Mòr Group. This time we are stepping back in time and enjoying a rum from a now defunct distillery – Uitvlugt.

Whilst the Uitvlugt distillery has long been mothballed a couple of the stills housed there, are now at Diamond Distillery/Demerara Distillers Limited. This particular bottling is noted as having the marque MPMM. Which suggests heavily that this a rum produced on the Port Mourant Double Wooden Pot Still. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

Foursquare LFT White Barbados Pure Single Rum

Foursquare LFT White Barbados Pure Single Rum review by the fat rum pirateFoursquare LFT White Barbados Pure Single Rum. Whilst it is fair to say, all releases from Foursquare Rum Distillery are very sought after this is perhaps one of the most anticipated releases of 2022.

It’s not out yet (I’m just lucky enough to have been sent a very generous sample) so I can’t advise on the bottle numbers or the price. It is going to be released as part of the Habitation Velier series of rums. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

1968 Portsmouth White Rum

1968 Portsmouth White Rum review by the fat rum pirate1968 Portsmouth White Rum. Over the past few years a number of Rum Producers have sprung up in the UK. I’ve focused quite a bit on some of the offerings from Scotland and its outer isles.

Today I am at the other end of the UK down in Sunny Hampshire at the Portsmouth Distillery. The distillery is situated in Fort Cumberland on the South Eastern corner of Portsea Island on the shingle spit known as Eastney Point. It was built to control the entrance to Langstone Harbour to the east, and to improve the defences of Portsmouth Dockyard to the west. It now houses the Portsmouth Distillery and visitor centre. Read more to see the fatrumpirate rating

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