Old Monk White Rum is Indian rum with 42.8% alcohol vol. Some websites say it is aged for seven years, while other websites say it is aged for about a year, in metal tanks (rums are usually matured in oak casks).
There is no way for us to check, but whoever is right, the fact is that it has a quite likeable light and smooth taste with notes of fruits and molasses. It has a hint of vanilla on the nose. The taste carries pleasant sweetness of vanilla and fruits, which seems wonderful and with long smooth and mild finish.
The drink comes in a variety of bottles, some of which have very funky labels. It is manufactured by the Mohan Meakin Group, which has been around since the 19th century. Its Old Monk rums are widely popular in our country.
It’s a shame that the company doesn’t seem to spend a lot of money on marketing, so it is almost impossible to find detailed and accurate information about the White Rum variety in English.
But as long as it pleases us, we don’t care how it’s made. With Mohan Meakin Group, one can always be sure that only safe components were used.
We would tend to rate the Old Monk White Rum as a drink for cocktails. It’s great with pineapple, it’s great with ginger and cinnamon, and its great with orange and celery. Make your own favourite rum cocktail with it: chances are that you won’t be disappointed.
Where it comes to cost, it is very reasonable and affordable, which will inevitably make the rum popular with bartenders in every major city. The Old Monk White Rum price is attractive for a drink that’s perfect for just about any cocktail, which makes it worthy of a review.
We may not know the exact recipe, but mixes with the Old Monk White Rum taste so good that we will want more.