We had a great time and finding new distilleries is always fun --- While you are reading this - We could be there as well!! RTRR
Many of you know the base of Distillers who are starting, or adding, Rum to their product line is growing. Very often rum is just one (or two-three) product in an offering of what could be 20 - 30 other spirits. That's good, that means the distiller has vision, knows that a varied customer base is a good thing and, that his base will change as their palettes grow to include more, different and exciting changes. Still, one has to begin. Such is the case of this Distiller. He has a fine list of product an talent and dedication to the Distillation and is willing to share those things and a great personality too....
It brings us too:
Northern Latitudes Distillery
So, on to the rum. Manitou Passage Rum is a white, proud of its Blackstrap Molasses raw materials and with a real nice sip. The nose is sweet, molasses, very light vanilla and I catch just plain sugar. Nice. But, as a white, this is waiting to be mixed. This would be great with Coke (I tried it with Coke Zero) but please don't let me stop you. I likes the caramel outburst white the cola. This rum is at home in any mixed drink - what ever it may be. As usual, a full taste/rating is written at RumRating.com, it may be a few days before it gets posted as this product is new so the webmaster has to add it after I send the information to him. But please feel free to look at all my ratings and join in too!
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