Plantation Grande Reserve 100CL
Caribbean Aged Rum
Plantation Grande Reserve is a mix of various Rome from Barbados, all of which are one to three years on the bourbon dish in the tropics before being posted together in old, French cognac dish on Chateau Bonbonnet in the heart of Grande Champagne.
Fragrance: Mature, tropical fruit. Coconut and vanilla.
Taste notes: soft and sweet notes of candied fruit. The same coconut note we found in the smell going again in the taste.
Serving suggestions: Can be drunk, on the rocks or in RomeCocktails.
Maison Ferrand, listed by Spiritus Guru Alexandre Gabriel, is the company behind some of the most essential Cognac, Rome and Gins in the modern spiritual landscape. Under the umbrella exists, among other things, Pierre Ferrand Cognac, Plantation Space and Citadelle Gin, Rome under the brand Kaniché and Cognac under the name Claude Chatelier. In addition, a number of luxuries are produced, especially their Curaçao has stretched enthusiasm in cocktail bars worldwide. The company embraces wide, but common for each a drop is a unwavering dedication to quality.
Maison Ferrand was created with one mission: to preserve France’s gastronomic treasures. Alexandre has made a virtue of breathing life in old and long-forgotten traditions, and the everlasting Frenchman is known, among other things, known to get up and buy old archives from bankrupt houses to learn more about past production methods. But at Ferrand also understand the value of renewal, and today innovation appreciates as high as tradition. This is clearly seen in the Citadelle Gin brand. To be allowed to distill gin in Cognac, for five years bureaucratic struggle against the area’s stubborn spirits giants.
Since then, the enterprise has spread beyond France’s borders, and today Ferrand is perhaps mostly known for its series of Rome. Under the name Plantation acquires Alexandre Rome from many different countries in the Caribbean and renounces them in France at Cognac dishes. In the series there are Rome for both the beginner and the Key, for both Daiquiria and Glencairn Glasset. In 2017, the company bought Barbados distillery West Indies Rum Distillery, and now also has its own rom production from scratch.