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Hampden 2010 LROK

Hampden 2010 LROK


Created in 1952, LROK stands for Light Rum Owen Kelly, one of several marks made at Hampden Estate and refers to a rum with a high ester concentration, ranging from 200 to 400 g/hLPA.

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Distlled in 2010 and aged for 11 years, this release contains one of the oldest rums aged entirely at the distillery: a lovely example of the true character of Trelawny rum.

  • Tasting Notes

    Profile: Intense and balanced

    Nose: Fruity. Dried banana, harlequin candy, cane syrup

    Palate: Fresh. Camphor, menthol, exotic fruits, vanilla

    Finish: Long and silky. Rum cake, licorice, orange peel

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