Surprisingly light in color, Sea Wynde hails from both Jamaica and Guyana (it’s blended from five pot stills located in those two countries) and packs far more flavor than you’d think from such a
The aroma is very sweet — and quite intoxicating — but it lacks focus on the palate. The sweetness is at odds with some hefty smokiness, followed by an herbaceous, coffee-like, and moderately bitter note that can be overwhelming at times. Better with ice (let it melt a bit), Sea Wynde can be a not-bad sipping rum, but I’ve made better use of it with mixers.
B / $40 / seawynderum.com
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