For the first time in 305 years, the Dutch import company Scheer, in collaboration with the Genoese Velier, has agreed to put his name on a label and does it within a revolutionary project for the world of Rum: a double release which gives the possibility to compare two Jamaican rums, produced in the same distillery, both aged for 11 years but in two different areas.
One has aged in the tropical climate of birth in Jamaica. The other, however, in the English continental climate, precisely in Liverpool.
These are two Vatted Single Rum, distilled in Pot Stil at the Monymusk Distillery.
Continental Aging is a blend identical to the tropical one: 2 casks of MMW 2008 and 10 casks of MMW 2007, aged, however, in Europe (Foreign: 243.5 gr / hpla).
- Spirits type
- Distillery/ brand
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- MMW Wedderburn Continental Aging
- Volume on label
- Alcohol %
- Age in years
- Original packaging