S.B.S Brazil/Barbados – a marriage of Southamerican and Caribbean rum. This is one of the more experimentative single barrel editions. The rum received a Moscatel finish making a very interesting outturn.
S.B.S Brazil/Barbados derives from a single barrel yielding 323 bottles. The rum is a blend of column still rum from Brazil and Barbados which then has matured in a single barrel. Furthermore, the rum received a moscatel fnish. As both rums were not distilled in the same year it is not possible to assign an age to this rum. This is the first S.B.S expression deriving from two different countries. The result is very interesting.
Nose: Baked apples with soft spices of sandelwood and lemon thyme. The moscatel fnish adds a vinous touch and ﬂoral notes as well as a woody undertone. There is a bitter note to this rum reminding of orange marmelade.
Palate: Surprisingly strong and spicy with lush sweetness and pleasant vanilla notes. The fnish is very long with ﬂavors of anise and wood.