Ballast Point Three Sheets Spiced Rum Review
In The Bottle
The Burn
5.0Overall Score
Reader Rating: (1 Vote)

AVAILABILITY: Year Round | 750 Ml Bottles
ALC. BY VOL. 40%
PROOF: 80 Proof

In the bottle, the Three Sheets Spiced Rum is a nice golden color, reminiscing of a beautiful San Diego Sunset. The bottle is beautiful and well crafted. Unlike other rums with a screw top, this one (and all Three Sheets Rums) comes with an easy-to-use cork top adding elegance and sophistication.

Smelling this rum is nirvana. First thing you notice is the vanilla bean, super prominent but not overpowering. You can still make out the orange peel, nutmeg and the cinnamon in there. French vanilla ice cream is what comes to mind and the best way we can describe this.

After taking a sip, the flavors explode in your mouth. You can taste everything you were able to pickup in the aroma. Vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg with a bite at the end. The bite at the end most likely comes from the black pepper used to make this.

We decided to make Coquito (Puerto Rican Eggnog). Normally we make Coquito using White Label Bacardi, it is a Puerto Rican Rum after all. This time we substituted the Bacardi for the Ballast Point Three Sheets Spiced Rum. After the first taste it was obvious that we would never make this popular drink again without this rum. The difference in the taste was monumental. It took what was an already a great drink and brought it to near perfection. That is a very difficult thing to do.

After all is said and done, Ballast Point Three Sheets Spiced Rum is the best spiced rum we have ever tasted. Forget Captain Morgan and those other guys. Get yourself a bottle of this humans. You won’t regret it.


Coquito Made With Ballast Point Three Sheets Spiced Rum

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