I have a rum in my glass. I smell oak spice, rum, overripe fruit, ester, Jamaica, and of course some coconut. Quite a lot of wood, but you can guess the grain, but only if you know it. Because it has too little independence for the rum not to be. The 32 years alone give an idea that it's not just rum.
In the mouth sweet, intense, coconut, salt, oak. liquorice, fruits. More grain than rum here. But the Jamaican impact is significant.
Especially in the finish, the Hampden aroma is extremely dominant and you only taste Jamaica rum. A little salt is added. Some oak bitterness.
The Hampden Rum in the finish is still noticeable for minutes. This is very amazing.