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Hampden 1992 Samaroli Single Cask #19

Lot: 005095
Hampden 1992 Samaroli Single Cask #19
Hampden 1992 Samaroli Single Cask #19
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Winning Bid: £360.00

Hampden 1992 Samaroli Single Cask #19

Distillery:
Hampden
Age:
n/a
Vintage:
1992
Region:
Jamaica
Bottler:
Samaroli
Cask Type:
N/A
Bottle Strength:
52%
Bottle Size:
70cl
Distillery Status:
Operational
Production method:
pot still
Base:
molasses

Hampden 1992 Samaroli Single Cask #19

The Hampden Estate was founded in 1753 by a Scotsman called Archibald Sterling, in the Queen of Spain valley of Jamaica’s Trelawny parish. For 250 years it remained family owned, selling rum to third-party blenders and independent bottlers. Mismanagement however meant that by 2003 it was in financial trouble, with the Jamaican government stepping in to assume ownership and some of its debt in order to preserve the jobs of its employees. They sold it in 2009 to the Hussey family’s Everglades Farms, who as first point of business began laying down the casks that would eventually become the first Hampden Estate labelled official bottling of the distillery’s rum, launched in collaboration with Velier in 2018. Famed for its heavy, ester-driven style, Hampden is joined by Worthy Park as the only two Jamaican distilleries that produce exclusively pure single rums (using only pot stills). It currently has four pot stills: two from Forsyths in Scotland, one from Vendome in Kentucky, and another from T&T Engineering in South Africa.

This is a 1992 vintage Jamaican rum from the Hampden estate, drawn from cask #19 in 2017.

Samaroli is perhaps Italy's most revered independent bottler of Scotch whisky. With an impeccable taste in single cask whiskies, and an eye for aesthetics (if not English spelling at times!), he is regarded by many as a visionary. Many of his bottles now occupy deserved sports on the pantheon of whisky greats, and their rum output under the tenure of Antonio Bleve is increasingly revered as well.

One of 113 bottles.

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