A 1710 Beast of Fire 50.9°.

35,90  Bottle

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5,46  5 cl sample

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A 1710 Bête à Feu 50,9° : Description and customer reviews

A 1710 Bête à Feu is a white agricultural rum distilled in Martinique. Its emblem is the "Bêt à Fé", a firefly that symbolises lost souls in search of paradise. The symbolism does not end there, as "fire" has an important place in the ritual of ti'punch. Indeed, for example, the "decolaj", the first punch of the day, is also called "mise à feu". And this continues throughout the day, with the 10 o'clock "feu" and the midday "ti feu".

This rum is made from pure cane juice from a single press. It is distilled in a copper still with a 7-plate column, nicknamed "La belle Aline".

Nico's tasting notes

The nose is full of freshness and ripe cane aromas. This is a very rich, generous and tropical profile that takes us between the rows of sugar cane, where an orchard air of bananas and mangoes blows.

The aeration insists and re-insists on the cane which occupies the whole frame, and in what a way! It seems a little more cooked than in the first moments, and carries some liquorice aromas that a splash of lime quickly refreshes.

The palate is rather full and powerful, with a gentle bite of fresh cane. It is the vegetal side that expresses itself best on the palate, with herbaceous and humid notes, between cut grass and fresh herbs.

The finish is tasty, and lingers more on the peppery bark of the cane. A little lime zest closes it, with a slight bitterness that keeps you coming back for more.

"A very nice cane brandy, with a charming nose and a warm mouthfeel..."

9 opinion

  1. Jean-François Féraud

    One of the best rums available 👍🏻

  2. Customer

    Superb rum with an extraordinary nose. Excellent on its own or as a ti-punch.

  3. customer

    A great original rum from a house that does nothing but good.

  4. Jean-François Féraud

    Very nice bottle, a real treat full of flavors

  5. Sébastien MALLART

    A bouquet of aromas from start to finish, my favorite rum of the moment, congratulations to the producers!

  6. Jean-François Féraud

    Beautifully scented discovery

  7. Giraud Giraud

    A1710 , a sure value!

  8. Stéphanie Boisart

    Good rum though strong enough for me 😊

  9. Thomas

    My Best for high end ti punch now. And dry very nice too, you travel right away

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