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What's your latest rum purchase?
Kill Devil
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Joined: Feb 16, 2011
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From: Chicago
Posted: 9 days ago; 07:20 am   Permalink

Picked up a bottle of Denizen Co Merchant Reserve Rum, a combo of Jamaican pot still and Martinique rums, which I've read is an attempt to recreate the original rums Trader Vic called for in his Mai Tai, which of course was the first drink I made. Very good results - has anyone else tried this, and in what drinks?




 
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From: Deep in the Jacksonville Florida jungle.
Posted: 9 days ago; 08:52 am   Permalink

I got lucky Googling and dialing this morning.

St. James Royal Ambre Extra Old.



 
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Sunny&Rummy
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Posted: 9 days ago; 09:43 am   Permalink

That Denizen Rum looks really interesting! Don't see it available here, but I'm planning a visit to Chicago in September and I see Binny's has it so I might need to get a bottle while I'm up there.

As for other cocktails to try it out in I'd give a Three Dots and a Dash a spin. The recipe calls for Martinique and Demerara but it would probably also work well with Jamaican in the mix.
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Kill Devil
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Posted: 9 days ago; 10:04 am   Permalink

The Binny's in Elmwood Pk/North Ave has 'em on the shelf!

 
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djmont
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Posted: 9 days ago; 10:26 am   Permalink

HiTime and DrinkUpNY have it, too. Definitely need to try it out.

 
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AceExplorer
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Posted: 5 days ago; 11:18 am   Permalink

As I mentioned I was doing a couple days ago, here's what I found on my doorstep last night when I got home from work.


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Loki-Tiki
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Posted: 5 days ago; 5:37 pm   Permalink



 
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Keaka-tiki
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Posted: Yesterday; 3:58 pm   Permalink

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On 2013-09-27 21:27, djmont wrote:
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Phraya. . .

http://www.phrayarum.com



That's it. Anyone try it?



I know I'm a little late to the party on this but I've now gone through quite a bit of the phraya and I'm genuinely impressed. I was leery as I've never tried a Thai rum before so I had no idea what to expect. It has a sweetness that was immediately apparent quickly followed by a fantastic vanilla bean flavor. The closest I can think of is the taste of sailor Jerry without the spice. It has a satisfying burn and finishes clean with just a little after taste of that same vanilla. I know in my experience at least that my gal was awfully happy to kiss me after the third glass!


 
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mcmtiki
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Posted: Yesterday; 4:18 pm   Permalink

I'd like to hear more about Denizen Merchant's Reserve in a Mai Tai. Ordering online will cost me about $44 with shipping and no one seems to have it in store in L.A. If it get's an "A" grade I'm up for the purchase. Thanks.



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nui 'umi 'umi
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Posted: Yesterday; 5:50 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2014-07-29 15:58, Keaka-tiki wrote:
Quote:

On 2013-09-27 21:27, djmont wrote:
Quote:


Phraya. . .

http://www.phrayarum.com



That's it. Anyone try it?



I know I'm a little late to the party on this but I've now gone through quite a bit of the phraya and I'm genuinely impressed. I was leery as I've never tried a Thai rum before so I had no idea what to expect. It has a sweetness that was immediately apparent quickly followed by a fantastic vanilla bean flavor. The closest I can think of is the taste of sailor Jerry without the spice. It has a satisfying burn and finishes clean with just a little after taste of that same vanilla. I know in my experience at least that my gal was awfully happy to kiss me after the third glass!




Keaka, your discription has me thinking about the no longer available Pyrat Pistol which made for a very tasty Mai Tai. Where are you buying yours ? Im in SoCal. I checked out their website-interesting bottle.
Mahalo


 
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djmont
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From: Potomac Falls, VA
Posted: Yesterday; 6:09 pm   Permalink

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On 2014-07-29 16:18, mcmtiki wrote:
I'd like to hear more about Denizen Merchant's Reserve in a Mai Tai. Ordering online will cost me about $44 with shipping and no one seems to have it in store in L.A. If it get's an "A" grade I'm up for the purchase. Thanks.



Looks like hi-Time has it.

I'd say: go for it.


 
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Kill Devil
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Posted: Today; 08:35 am   Permalink

RE: Denizens,I'd say it's funkier than Appleton V/X, but not as funky as say, Smith & Cross(the mix of Jamaican and Martinique tempers it somewhat) It worked great in an original Mai Tai; I'm eager to try it in other drinks, like a Jasper's Jamaican, or even a simple daiquiri

 
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