They called her Blackheart. She was bold and bawdy. Cunning and cutthroat. Sexy and seductive. She fought like a man. She drank like a man, but she was every inch a woman. She had a body that entranced and a lusty look that turned boys into men and men into blubbering fools. Every man wanted her. Every woman wanted to be her. No man could resist her. But few could have her. Some say she was the daughter of Aphrodite herself What is known is that she left a trail of broken hearts wherever she traveled. That's how she came to be known as Blackheart. Here's the rum she drank to celebrate her conquests: 93 proof Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum.
Deep amber color. Bright aromas of spumoni ice cream, almond extract, and cola follow through on a brisk, round entry to a dryish medium body with maraschino & prickly pepper notes on the hot peppery finish. -Tastings.com
Blackheart scores for its distinctive black cherry and Dr Pepper aromas. For such a cheap date, this rum has a generous fruity palate with cocoa, clove, cinnamon and other spices. -Liquor.com