William Hinton

Carefully aged in French oak barrels, it was blended with a 25-year-old rum, and the latter was further subjected to a new ageing process for another 3 years. Finally, the product resulting from this unique combination of rums of different ages was subjected to a final stage lasting 9 months in Madeira Wine hulls.

Carefully aged in French oak barrels, it was blended with a 25-year-old rum, and the latter was further subjected to a new ageing process for another 3 years. Finally, the product resulting from this unique combination of rums of different ages was subjected to a final stage lasting 9 months in Madeira Wine hulls.

Carefully aged in French oak barrels, it was blended with a 25-year-old rum, and the latter was further subjected to a new ageing process for another 3 years. Finally, the product resulting from this unique combination of rums of different ages was subjected to a final stage lasting 9 months in Madeira Wine hulls.

Carefully aged in French oak barrels, it was blended with a 25-year-old rum, and the latter was further subjected to a new ageing process for another 3 years. Finally, the product resulting from this unique combination of rums of different ages was subjected to a final stage lasting 9 months in Madeira Wine hulls.

Carefully aged in French oak barrels, it was blended with a 25-year-old rum, and the latter was further subjected to a new ageing process for another 3 years. Finally, the product resulting from this unique combination of rums of different ages was subjected to a final stage lasting 9 months in Madeira Wine hulls.

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