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Old 02-10-2008, 03:23 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Hank Koestner View Post
Ed, once again has put it all in perspective. I have purchased some vintage agricoles while down in the Islands, because I tasted them and the price was good. It is the actual age of the rum that is important. The TR 1996 was much less expensive than some of the offerings that were aged 10 years, according to the labels.
What you and Ed says makes sense. I just checked the prices of Trois Rivieres 1997 and the 8 year old variety on sale in Norway - and the vintage is the cheaper one. Still, I love it. Have you tried the 8yo?
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