Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old Cask 434043 62.3% 1984

4.3 sterren - 2 professionele reviews
€ 1.000,00 (excl. BTW)
1.210,00 (in. BTW)

Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old Cask 434043 62.3% 1984

excl. BTW € 1.735,50
in. BTW € 2.099,96
Volume Magnum
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(max. 2)
Distileerderij Undisclosed
Bottelaar Silver Seal
Gebotteld voor
Gedistilleerd op 1984
Gebotteld 2020
Land Jamaica
Streek Jamaica
Leeftijd 36
Cask Type
Vatnummer 36
Alcohol percentage 62.3
Inhoud 0,70
Conditie Perfect
Etiket Perfect
Voorraad 2
Inhoud 1,5
Conditie Perfect
Etiket Perfect
Voorraad 0

Professionele reviews

Serge Valentin (85)

Some thirty-six years old rum at 62.3% vol., that should hint at tropical aging. What’s sure is that these very old rums are extremely rare, and probably quite miraculous. Let’s try this one with the reverence and humility it deserves, while wondering if it is Monymusk or not (given that Velier had had more than one sister cask labelled as Monymusk in the past – are we good sleuths or not?) Colour: coffee. Nose: oh. We’re entering a torrefaction room that’s just been repainted. So coffee beans being roasted and fresh paint, plus white vinegar and capers. That’s more or less it at +/-62% vol. With water: new plastics and fresh paints, carbolineum, polystyrene, paint thinner... I do not know why, but this reminds of my first trip to China, in 1987 (but why am I telling you this?) Chinese grocery store, circa, well, 1987. Mouth (neat): huge and dithyrambic, and extremely acetic and vinegary. Concentrated walnut stain. You cannot just quaff it like that or you’ll burn your whole digestive system. With water: it remains totally huge, even at more or less 45% vol. Brutal stuff, most certainly not meant to be quaffed like this and probably designed as top dressing, but I’m speculating. What’s sure is that this is an old fighter, rather a Stallone of rum. Yeah, Steven Segal, if you like. Varnish, burnt beans, 100%, chocolate, raw liquorice extracts… Finish: long but extremely drying. Huge tannicity, we’re entering the danger zone… Comments: how do you score this extreme kind? We’ll say 85% as it is a kind of pivotal point between the pretty good and the rather great. Capeesh?

BOW (89)

Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old: A Mystery of Jamaican Excellence

Silver Seal, the renowned Italian independent bottler, has unveiled a truly exceptional expression with the Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old. Distilled in 1984 and bottled in 2020, this remarkable rum invites enthusiasts on a tantalizing journey into the world of Jamaican spirits. While the distillery remains undisclosed, the aging location at the Clarendon Estate, where both Clarendon and Moneymusk rums are produced, provides a glimpse into the rum's origins. With a robust 62.3% ABV and an impressive age statement, this release showcases the depth of character and complexity that only comes with extensive tropical aging.

The Enigma of Distillery Origin

Though the distillery behind the Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old remains undisclosed, the spirit's exceptional quality speaks for itself. The decision to keep the distillery's identity a mystery adds an air of intrigue and excitement to the experience. Rum enthusiasts are left to explore the distinctive flavors and characteristics that are unique to Jamaican rums, drawing on the storied history and reputation of the island's rum production.

Tropical Aging at Clarendon Estate

While the specific distillery remains unknown, the aging of the Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old at the Clarendon Estate provides valuable insight into its maturation journey. Clarendon Estate is renowned for producing high-quality rums, including the esteemed Clarendon and Moneymusk brands. The tropical climate of Jamaica enhances the aging process, allowing the rum to interact with the oak barrels and develop rich, complex flavors over the course of 36 years.

A Tasting Experience Like No Other

The Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old promises a truly extraordinary tasting experience for rum enthusiasts. With its high ABV of 62.3%, this expression demands attention and rewards the senses with an array of flavors. On the nose, expect enticing aromas of tropical fruits, vanilla, and hints of spice. The palate offers a harmonious fusion of caramel, molasses, ripe bananas, and a touch of oak. The long and satisfying finish leaves a lingering warmth, with a delicate sweetness that lingers on the tongue.

A Collector's Delight

Limited to only a few precious bottles, the Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old is a highly sought-after gem for rum collectors. The combination of its undisclosed distillery origin, extensive tropical aging, and exceptional flavor profile make it a prized addition to any rum enthusiast's collection. Each bottle represents a piece of the rum's enigmatic history and the craftsmanship behind its creation.


The Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old is a rum of exceptional character and complexity. While the distillery remains undisclosed, the rum's origins at the Clarendon Estate offer a glimpse into the tropical aging process that has contributed to its exceptional flavor profile. With its enigmatic nature, high ABV, and remarkable age statement, this release embodies the spirit of Jamaican rum production. The Silver Seal Jamaica 36 Years Old is a rare and coveted gem that invites enthusiasts to explore the mysteries of its origin while indulging in the rich and vibrant flavors that only Jamaican rum can provide.

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