Review #1695 – Hamilton Jamaican Gold

The Schtick: Todays rum review is a rum release under the Hamilton label is a blend of light, extra light, and heavy rums from Worthy Park. This was produced from molasses. Let’s get to it.

Review #1695 | Rum Review #107

Distiller: Worthy Park

Bottler: Five & 20 Spirits

Brand: Hamilton

Selection: N/A

ABV: 46.5% ABV

Age: NAS


Nose: Yep, thats the stuff. Rich honey, banana, mango, papaya. Rich funk, unmistakeable Jamaican character, in the best way. Faint oak, caramel, reeses candies.

Taste: Thin on the palate, with no heat. Sweet toffee, coffee, mango and funk. Bitterness is there, almost like rhubarb/celery in a vegetal way. Palate sort of falls flat compares to the vibrancy of the nose.

Finish: Short finish. Harsh, peppery, bitter and faintly chemical/plastic forward.

Overall: The nose on this is vibrant, effervescent and promising. The palate and finish are a let down in comparison, failing to deliver the grandeur of the nose.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 4


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