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The Lash Spiced Rum: Review

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The Lash (70 proof) is a West Indies product, which has been aged for four years in oak bourbon barrels. It is dark brown and has a reddish color with sediment flakes, which are visible at the top and the bottom of the bottle. An initial sniff yields a delightful layer of spices.

In a neat manner, we sampled the Lash and was overwhelmed by the strength of this spiced rum. Yes, we initially noticed the clove and the cinnamon. However, after that, it was just all burn.

If you like your spirits strong enough to beat you at arm wrestling, then, The Lash is probably a good fit for you. If, however, you wish to be treated in more tender of a manor, you might try something to counter-balance the strength of having your nose-hair burned up and your eyeballs having popped clean out of their sockets.

The Lash, it's not for the timid.

If you wish to try it for yourself, you can purchase a bottle from here for the sum of $22.99.

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