Trois Rivières Trilogy, Tribute to a Legendary Name
Created in 1660 by Nicolas Fouquet, the Trois Rivières Estate became over the centuries one of the most famous and largest sugarcane Plantations in Martinique.
Its name, one of the most iconic of the Island, originates from the three rivers that board the land: Bois d’Inde, Oman and Saint Pierre
Trois Rivières wants to honour these rivers by launching a trilogy of choice and rare Grandes CuvéesHors d’Age
Trois Rivières BOIS D’INDE succeeds the Oriental Trois Rivières OMAN, this Grande Cuvée subtly evoking Central Asia’s flavours
This oily rum Hors d’Agehas a shiny, deep gold color.
Nicely robust, Trois Rivières Bois d’Inde is marked by aromas of spices: curry, notes of coriander and aniseed enhanced by accents of honey pastries. The finish is very long and lavish with prevailing aromas of spices.
Rich, robust and perfectly spiced, Trois Rivières BOIS D’INDE is amazingly balanced and neat. Its aromatic array evokes the savors of Central Asia: the prevailing Oriental spices are enhanced by subtle notes of candied lemon and rare woods. The amateur will enjoy a refined concentration of many spices.
The finish is exceptionally long and spicy.
Trois Rivières BOIS D’INDE has been released at 2400 bottles is a rare blend of 11 vintages including the rare 1979.