Ron de Jeremy Reserva is a 7-year-old traditional Spanish rum, the result of a blend of rums from Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and Guyana.
The casks used to fill the bottles of Ron de Jeremy Reserva are selected by Don Pancho Fernandez, a leading figure in the world of rum.
Nico's tasting notes
The nose of this Latin American rum is very sweet. First and foremost, there's a lot of vanilla, like the vanilla flavor used in pastry-making. It's also a rather caramelized and sweet rum, with notes of full-bodied blond tobacco. This rather simple nose could recall that of a famous pirate captain.
The rum becomes a little livelier when shaken in the glass. Vanilla still dominates. The caramel is a little more present, underlined by a slight woodiness, also caramelized.
On the palate, unsurprisingly, vanilla reigns supreme. There's a certain toasty sensation, with roasted coffee beans and slightly smoky blond tobacco. A rum with simple, light aromas.
The finish is fairly dry and sweet, with a few hints of vanilla to round things out.