Distillery: Beenleigh Artisan Distillers. In 1865, a duo from England, called John Davy and Francis Gooding, bought some fields close to the Albert River. They called the clearing according to their previous farm in Devonshire, whose name was Beeleigh. Originally, they wanted to grow cotton on this land, but they have got a more lucrative alternative: the sugar cane.
The refining by our Cellar Master: to bring a more aromatic palette, we have refined this rum into an American oak cask, which had previously contained a Cognac-based spirit.
Age: 5 years
Colour: golden yellow to intense amber.
Nose: Firstly cedar, opening to an expression of flowers (iris) and notes of liquorice, honey, cocoa and cinnamon.
Mouth: wide, with a good length, and silky tannins.