Josh at Inu a Kena likes Chairman's Reserve spiced rum too. He rated his own spiced rum (made using a Martin Cate recipe) against the commercially available ones, but he still preferred Chairman's Reserve by a wide margin.
I think it's funny that Chairman's Reserve makes a spiced rum. I never saw it in St Lucia. Because there, everyone makes their own. At the farmers' market there were bottles after bottles of homemade spiced rums, stuffed with a bunch of local spices. If I remember correctly this was mostly cinnamon (or cassia bark), mace, vanilla, cloves, star anise, bay leaf, allspice, etc. Maybe top it off with some falernum.
Edited by FrogPrincesse, 09 September 2015 - 12:46 PM.