This sugarcane spirit was not released until 2012. The bottle design as well as the name should remind of the most expensive and rarest stamp. It was made from local sugar cane molasses. It was stored for less than a year in tanks with wooden stave pieces from port wine wooden barrels originating from South Africa.Tasting notes:Colour: Amber. Nose: wood, leather, dried fruit, cinnamon, nutmeg, coconut. Taste: Creamy, sweet, caramel, vanilla, oranges, roasted nuts, grapes, tropical red fruits. Finish: Long lasting, wood, grapes.