The brown color of its pulp containing small black seeds offers an amber color with bronze nuances. Over time, the delicately arranged pulp naturally rejects its small peels which settle at the bottom of the carafe.
Directly recognizable tamarind, woody and spicy
An explosion of flavor that is tangy, full-bodied and generous. Powerful and very sustained in the mouth.
You will enjoy this Arrangé Tamarin rum as an aperitif accompanied by savory appetizers: corks, samosa, fritters, or even savory toast.
Tamarind is one of the rare fruits or “frui lontan” of Reunion island. Its shell contains a brown pulp reminiscent of dates, offering a taste that is both sweet and tangy. It is available in Reunion island from August to October.