Tasting Notes for Six Saints Caribbean Rum
Nose: Vanilla and cinnamon with pineapple
Taste: Tropical fruits and honey with baking spices and raisins
Finish: Light and sweet with a bit of vanilla and smoked nutmeg
Overall: A lovely balance of light, sweet, fruity aromas with a dry style on the palate.
From the tiny island of Grenada comes Six Saints rum. Named after the island’s six saintly parishes and lovingly distilled the traditional way using direct fire heated column stills. Six Saints uses only the purest ingredients and is 100% tropically aged in ex-bourbon barrels for 3 to 5 years. It is unsweetened and bottled in small batches at 41.7%—perfect for sipping!
Produced for Crucial Drinks by Grenada distillers, who have been in operation since 1937 and is the largest and best-known distillery in picturesque Grenada. The distillery is situated in the southern part of the island, Woodlands Valley, which is in the parish of St George, one of Grenada’s six saintly parishes (the others being Saint Patrick, Saint Mark, Saint John, Saint Andrew, and Saint David). The distillery is most famous for their Clarke’s Court and Old Grog branded rums, but we definitely prefer Six Saints! As with all Crucial Drinks products, the branding and design is excellent.
Producer Produced by Grenada Distillers for Crucial Drinks Style Column distilled molasses rum Age Aged in ex-bourbon barrels for 3 to 5 years Volume 70CL ABV 41.7%