This is definitely a rum crafted in a style that all but true rum aficionados will likely be comfortable with. Crafted in the world’s only operational dual wooden pot still, it’s intensely aromatic - and the aromas are surprising. Don’t be put off, but you’re going to get a definite whiff of acetate - yes, nail polish remover. But the way that note weaves its way in and out of the treacle, dried apricot, old polished wood, and crème brûlée just adds to the incredible aromatic complexity. In the mouth, it’s intense, dry, spicy, and warm, with a hauntingly long finish. Go on, take a chance.