A rare single-distillate heritage rum linked to the old Enmore Estate founded nearly 200 years ago.
Enmore was the marque used by the distillery attached to this sugar estate founded by Edward Henry Porter. His original Wooden Continuous Coffey Still, used to produce this unique rum, is the last surviving one operating in the world today.
This distinctive medium bodied spirit, aged in small batches, owes its delicate aromatic character to this original process and to its maturation in oak barrels in the perfect warehouse conditions of 30°-34°C.
Butterscotch nose blended with roasted coconut and apple. An initial taste of baked peach and coconut with a smoky cedar finish. Excellent mouth feel.