Hampden Estate 2010 LROK Jamaican Rum

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Hampden Estate 2010 LROK Jamaican Rum is produced with unique and partly secret methods that have remained unchanged since the 18th century. The result is a rum with a distinct aromatic profile due to an extremely high level of esters.

Hampden Estate is known for producing a large variety of distillates. Depending on multiple parameters such as the length of the fermentation or the addition of dunder, the distillery will produce a specific type of rum called . 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. This mark created in 2000 belongs to the wedderburn category, i.e. the heavy rums. In this case the ester content is of 334.7 gr/hLPA.

Hampden Estate 2010 LROK has been aged for 11 years in the tropical Jamaican climate, giving it an intense yet balanced profile.

Tasting Notes: Nose: Fruity. Dried banana, harlequin candy, cane syrup. Palate: Fresh. Camphor, menthol, exotic fruits, vanilla. Finish: Long and silky. Rum cake, licorice, orange peel.


PRE-SALE (will be shipped by 13th August)

Classification: Pure Single Rum (Molasses + 100% Pot Still Distillation)
Country: Jamaica
Aged: 11 years (100% Tropical Aging)
Distillery: Hampden Estate
ABV: 47% / 700ml

$229.99 inc. GST

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Hampden Estate 2010 LROK Jamaican Rum is distilled at the legendary Hampden Estate, located in Trelawny, Jamaica, that has been producing rum since around 1753. To this day the distillery has retained the traditional production methods that made the aromatic, high ester Jamaican rums famous worldwide. After more than 265 years of uninterrupted activity, Hampden, the iconic Jamaican distillery, finally launches its own bottling of aged rums on the international scene!

Trelawny rums were developed in the late 18th century in this particular region of Jamaica. The Hampden Estate distillery has perpetuated the method over the centuries, and passed it on to the last two surviving distilleries which continue using it. The process of producing high ester rum is highly complicated, and it’s astonishing to think it was developed in a time before modern science, relying only on empirical research and without chromatography etc. Rum experts Richard Seale and Gianni Capovilla, who visited Hampden at different times, were both fascinated by the production process at the distillery. Since the late 18th century, Trelawny rums have always obtained the highest prices on the world market.

Try the Hampden Estate 2010 LROK Jamaican Rum and other incredible high ester expressions from Hampden Estate.


Weight 1.5 kg

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