Type: Rhum Agricole
A selection of parcels of sugar canes, with this rhum Francois Longueteau takes us into a new universe.
In this distillery, in fact, they continue to produce with the same methods of its ancestors: the best varieties of sugar cane are grown on the 24 hectares of property, the steam engine that moves production is still the one installed in 1968 in place of the watermill, while the production of Rhum is still fermenting and distilling separately the cru of rouge cane.
In the parcel selection No. 9, notes of must, marc, and dried fruit can be perceived on the nose, while on the palate it is herbaceous, vegetal, spicy with hints of pepper and green pepper. Intense and persistent, it has many taste affinities of a Scottish Single Malt, even if at the end it rediscovers its true nature of Rhum Agricole where the complexity of the aftertaste is the main actor.