The Transcontinental Rum Line is inspired by rum casks' historical trips between the New World and the Old Continent. From the beginning of its production, rum has always been shipped to Europe for nautical, economical and technical reasons. Nautical, because it permitted to avoid stagnant water consumption during long transatlantic crossings. Economical, since the angel share is lower and the rum matures more smoothly. Technical, because the know-how of Cognac and Scotland's cellar masters plus the diversity of barrels allowed to create unique expressions. Aged 4 years in oak cask in Australia. Aged 2 years in oak cask in Europe.
Profile: Full-bodied and precise.
Nose: Rich and spicy. Cinnamon, exotic fruits, toasted oak.
Palate: Structured and intense. Pastries, roasted coffee beans.
Finish: Persistent and fresh. Peppermint, orange zest.