Hi everyone!

Today i have two issues to talk about, Rum and Napa.

Does anyone here know a bit 'bout Rums (Carribean ones, of course), I was in Jamaica in October 03 and - since that time - enjoy the pleasures of rum, sip-wise. As the 2 bottles of Appletons 21 year old rum become emptier i'm looking forward to buy some new one -actually old one ;-) any suggestions which producers in the high end segment i should try?

Thanks in advance

Andy

Life is too short to drink bad wine.
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Originally posted by Gobi:
Hi everyone!

Today i have two issues to talk about, Rum and Napa.

Does anyone here know a bit 'bout Rums (Carribean ones, of course), I was in Jamaica in October 03 and - since that time - enjoy the pleasures of rum, sip-wise. As the 2 bottles of Appletons 21 year old rum become emptier i'm looking forward to buy some new one -actually old one ;-) any suggestions which producers in the high end segment i should try?

Thanks in advance

Andy

Life is too short to drink bad wine.


and door number two? Confused Smile

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...looks like one too many sips of Appletons... Roll Eyes

"This wine should be eaten, it is too good to be drunk."
Jonathan Swift
Since you are in Austria try to find Havana Club (we cannot get it here "legally"). It comes in various ages including a 20 year old. Good for simple sipping.

Joe
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Gobi. You've had the best, forget the rest.

But if you need to try another, Royal Oak from Trinidad is good.

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