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Craig E

Craig E


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On 2/8/2017 at 8:20 PM, FrogPrincesse said:

Nice looking drink. You substituted an aged rhum agricole (Neisson eleve sous bois) for an unaged one (Clement premiere canne), correct? That is a rather major substitution. :)  What you did probably deserves its own name because I imagine the result to be quite different!

The other way around, the Neisson was spec'd. And I put in my Hamilton 151 full strength for what was intended to be a tamer demerara rum! I was pleased that the result didn't seem "raw" at all to me, but I guess the original specs would result in a smoother drink.

Craig E

Craig E

2 minutes ago, FrogPrincesse said:

Nice looking drink. You substituted an aged rhum agricole (Neisson eleve sous bois) for an unaged one (Clement premiere canne), correct? That is a rather major substitution. :)  What you did probably deserves its own name because I imagine the result to be quite different!

Yes, and put in my Hamilton 151 full strength for what was intended to be a tamer demerara rum! I was pleased that the result didn't seem "raw" at all to me, but I guess the original specs would result in a smoother drink.

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