Bright and lively floral and fruity aromas of white fruits, jasmine and heather. Well rounded, the fruitiness continues with citrus notes, while woody and vegetal tones of fresh grass develop. Delicately sweet white fruits linger on the palate.
Wonderfully decadent with dark chocolate and vanilla aromas and hint of lavender, marzipan, orange peel and spices. With echoing flavours of chocolate and cherry and orange. Now no longer in production - get this amazing Armagnac whilst you can.
A step up from the Código 1530 Blanco, the Rosa spends a month resting in barrels that previously held Napa Cabernet wine. The result is an earthy tequila with light though bright hint of red fruit sweetness.
Flamed orange peel, toasted barley, a touch of good old Cognac. Stewed blackberries and cooked apples, with a good whack of cinnamon thrown in. Subtle malty vanilla in the background. Chilli-chocolate and coffee beans.
Gold. Shiny and bright. Intense, the nose is dominated by chocolate, tobacco, leather. Interesting and varied aromas. To the mouth the first impression is cacao. Powerful yet delicate. In spite of being relatively young this is an accomplished cognac. The ageing in damp cellars is a key factor for this quality.
The Worthy Park distillery in Jamaica is no stranger to the rum lover. For the rum, molasses is used that comes from sugar cane from our own sugar estate. Distilled with a forsyths pot still, these are full bodied rums full of esters and congeners. A blend of Jamaican rum that could mature in ex-bourbon barrels for 4 years and then matured in 4 different wine barrels for another 2 years. This rum is also a vintage 2013.