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Saint James 12yo Rum

€ 76,95
Saint James 12yo Rum

Smaak notitie van Marc Sassier, oenoloog van Saint James.


APPEARANCE : Crystal-clear copper mahogany.

NOSE : This 12-year-old rum offers full, rounded woody notes relating to the time the rum has been in contact with the wood of the selected oak casks.

PALATE : Notes of undergrowth, roasted coffee and toast with more marked spices such as nutmeg, progressing to smoother notes of cinnamon and prunes.


Levertijd  3 - 5 werkdagen.


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Content 0,7 liter
ABV 43%
Stated Age 12yo
Cask Oak casks
Category Aged Agricole Rum
Distillery Saint James
Country Martinique


Marc Sassier adviseert de Saint James 12yo Rum gewoon "straight".

Neem een mooie handzame tumbler, doe daar wat ijsblokjes in (of niet natuurlijk), schenk de Saint James rum erover en geniet.


Saint James Rum



43% vol. | 70 cl

“Aged for at least 12 years for a rich, complex rum.”
Marc Sassier, Saint James oenologist
SAINT JAMES, pure cane A.O.C Martinique rum
Since 1765 the Saint James sugar plantations have been producing rum of rare quality and are among the founders of the prestigious Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée Martinique.

SAINT JAMES rum is produced by the fermentation of pure cane juice followed by distillation on Creole columns. This method, recognised as A.O.C Martinique rum, gives SAINT JAMES rums a multitude of aromas, with subtle, fruity bouquets perfectly adapted to ageing in oak casks. No sweetening agents are permitted.

What is A.O.C Martinique?

Martinique is the only French overseas department benefiting from an A.O.C. for its rum.

This appellation obtained in 1996 reflects the unique character of Martinique “agricole” rum, expressing the close link between production, terroir and generations of skill and knowledge.

To qualify for “Rhum agricole A.O.C Martinique” status, the rum must be prepared from sugar cane grown in an area authorised by the A.O.C. regulation (only 23 municipalities in Martinique). The A.O.C. recommends the period for harvesting and the sugar cane yield per hectare. Production is also regulated by the pressing of the sugar cane and the distillation method used.