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Spiced Rum touts one of the cleanest rums in the industry with its low levels of fusel oils, a by-product of the distillation process which, if not removed, can taint the smell and taste of the spirit. Its quality is also linked to the aging process, with most Cruzan rum varieties being aged a minimum of 14 months and up to 12 years.
embodies the spirit of St. Croix,” said Gary Nelthropp, Cruzan master distiller. “We’ve balanced the blend of spices to create something that will be new to many spiced rum drinkers, but will feel very familiar to the people of St. Croix, who enjoy the bold flavor and kick of classic spiced rums.”
Opens with an intoxicating bouquet of vanilla, sweet caramel, and dried spice aromas. The Cruzan 9 initial taste has complex layers of vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and toasted wood notes with an intense, slightly dry finish.
A bold and smooth taste and rich amber color. Nine spice blend includes vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, mace, allspice, pepper, and juniper berry. The taste involves complex layers of vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, warm spice, and toasted wood notes. With an intense finish that is slightly dry. On the nose a robust blend of vanilla, sweet caramel, and dried spices.
In addition to representing the blend of nine spices, the name Cruzan 9 is a nod to the island, referencing its nine districts. Named for the people of St. Croix (Crucians), Cruzan Rum is synonymous with the spirit of St. Croix and the unpretentious and authentic rum life.
The Nelthropp family, who has called St. Croix home for eight generations and runs the distillery to this day, handcrafts each of its rums with all-natural ingredients and a five-column distillation process.
vanilla, sweet caramel, and spices
several spices come through, especially vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg
lingering heat with orange peel