Let us know what you think Damien. To my mind, it's a wonderful smooth rum but lacks a little something truly outstanding for the price bracket.
They also call it a 10 year old rum, even though the bulk of the rums in it are much much older - 20-23 odd years old with the oldest being 25 and the youngest 10. For such a great rum, I don't know why they don't just call it English Harbour Reserve and leave the 10 year old off the bottle altogether - for Ј75 a bottle.
Don't get me wrong, I love the English Harbour and it's a fine example of a heavily aged column still rum - very lovely and smooth, and you're going to love it!
We've got some great info on it too - about the use of bakers yeast for the fermentation, their twin copper column stills, filtration through ceramic stone filters, water purified by reverse osmosis..... English Harbour is getting a great reaction from those who haven't tried it in the training we've trialled to date.
You still come to the ACR Masterclass trial on the 30th, DB?