Bottles are highly allocated and subject to delays in shipping. Due to limited availability, it could take up to 4 weeks for arrival from time of order.
After 36 years of aging, the rum is stored for 10 months in rye and bourbon casks sourced from the award-winning Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, KY. In nose: butterscotch, dried fruits, bourbon notes, and vanilla. In mouth: silky, dark chocolate, spicy fruitcake, figs and nuts. Finished with coffee, sugarcane, rye-spiciness, tobacco, and oak. Impeccably balanced and absolutely delicious.
Dictador Two Masters brings together two distinct categories of the drinks industry, 1792 Bourbon and Dictador Colombian Rum, to produce an incredibly rare spirit for the connoisseur and collector alike. Each unique bottle has the hand of the two masters, Drew Mayville, Master Blender Barton 1792 Distillery and Hernan Parra, Dictador Master Blender. This first cask release has a Barton rum blend of 1979/1982 with a Rye Bourbon finish.
A. Spirits Reserve Shipping Insurance must be purchased at time of checkout in order to cover lost, stolen or damaged shipments.
B. Spillage, minor damage and/or cosmetic defects are all possible to occur during transit. Spirits Reserve does not take responsibility for minor damage.
C. Spirits Reserve is not responsible for any lost shipments, including but not limited to packages lost because of hold requests or delivery rescheduling.
D. If the package is returned due to failed delivery, a twenty-five percent (25%) restocking fee will be deducted from your refund. Shipping costs will not be refunded.
E. If the package is returned to Spirits Reserve damaged because of failed delivery attempts or refusal of delivery, you are responsible for the full cost of the order.
F. You must be at least 21 years of age to order and a signature of someone at least 21 years of age is required upon delivery.
G. The customer is solely responsible for the shipment of alcohol and must abide by their local and state laws.
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