Relicario Dominican Rum, 70 cl

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Relicario Dominican Rum, 70 cl

Relicario Dominican Rum, 70 cl

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Relics may be the purported or actual physical remains of saints, such as bones, pieces of clothing, or some object associated with saints or other religious figures. The authenticity of any given relic is often a matter of debate; for that reason, some churches require documentation of the relic's provenance.

Bynum, Caroline Walker; Gerson, Paula (January 1997). "Body-Part Reliquaries and Body Parts in the Middle Ages". Gesta. 36 (1): 3–7. doi: 10.2307/767274. Relicario Ron Dominicano is a celebration of Dominican heritage, encapsulating the rich flavours and vibrant culture of the Dominican Republic in every bottle. As a rum that proudly hails from this Caribbean nation, Relicario showcases the centuries-old tradition of rum-making, characterised by its meticulous ageing process and the exceptional quality of raw materials used.

In Buddhism, stupas are an important form of a reliquary and may be buried inside larger structures such as a stupa or chorten. Particularly in China and throughout East and Southeast Asia, these take the form of a pagoda; in Japan, this is known as a tō. Take Relicario Ron Dominicano Peated Finish , an aged Dominican rum from Relicario (owned by the Spanish-based Beveland Distillers) that was finished in American oak barrels which previously held peated whisky. It’s simultaneously an interesting drink for seasoned rum lovers and exactly the kind of bottling that will convert whisky drinkers to the joys of rum. It shares a similar production process to the brand’s core expression, Relicario Ron Dominicano , that is until the end of the maturation process. The rums are made from 100% native Dominican sugar cane juice harvested by hand. The sugar cane juice is fermented for 30 hours with yeasts (the distillery reveals this is saccharomyces cerevisiae, which should delight yeast fans), before the spirit is distilled in two different stills. I told you this rum was interesting. It is distilled initially in a continuous column still and then again in a copper pot still, which Relicario says is to create a smoother delivery. On the nose Relicario if familiar. Light, slightly perfumed but with a refreshing amount of bourbon spice from the barrel and a nice hit of alcohol.

Is the Kaniṣka Reliquary a work from Mathurā?" Mirella Levi d’Ancona. Art Bulletin, Vol. 31, No. 4 (Dec. 1949), pp. 321–323. Two famous very early excavated reliquaries are the 1st-century Bimaran Casket and the Kanishka Casket of 127 AD, both believed to have contained part of the cremated remains of Gautama Buddha. Relics associated with Buddha are the most important in Buddhism, but those related to other enlightened figures like Sariputta and Moggallana are also highly revered. Hahn, Cynthia (January 1997). "The Voices of the Saints: Speaking Reliquaries". Gesta. 36 (1): 20–31. doi: 10.2307/767276.So, if this sounds like you’re kind of thing or you’re after something a bit different, then you’ll perhaps you’ll plump for a bottle of Relicario Ron Dominicano Peated Finish. It’s now available from Master of Malt and we’ve included our own tasting note below, but be sure to let us know what you think as well! Yes, that’s right, Speyside. Some of you might have been expecting that maturation to take place at an Islay-based distillery , but Islay holds no monopoly on peated whiskies. Speyside has a few distilleries that embrace the smokier side of things such as Cragganmore , Glenfiddich , BenRiach , Tomintoul and Glen Moray . Relicario doesn’t confirm which distillery housed the whisky and/or provided the casks, so you can have a fun game of ‘guess the distillery’ yourself when you taste it.

Relics have long been important to Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, and to followers of many other religions. [2] [3] [4] In these cultures, reliquaries are often presented in shrines, churches, or temples to which the faithful make pilgrimages to gain blessings. It is much more peppery than oaked. The barrels used to age the rum have contributed to a spicy profile – white pepper and ginger. Vanilla and a slight lemon note are also present. Weitzmann, Kurt, ed., Age of spirituality: late antique and early Christian art, third to seventh century, no. 569–575, 1979, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, ISBN 9780870991790 Icon of St. Guriy of Kazan, with a relic embedded in it (19th century). In Buddhism [ edit ] Buddhist reliquary in Kanishka Stupa Buddhist reliquary, Song dynastyThe relics were enshrined in containers crafted of or covered with gold, silver, gems, and enamel. [5] Ivory was widely used in the Middle Ages for reliquaries; its pure white color is an indication of the holy status of its contents. [6] These objects constituted a major form of artistic production across Europe and Byzantium throughout the Middle Ages. Many Eastern Orthodox reliquaries housing tiny pieces of relics have circular or cylindrical slots in which small disks of wax-mastic are placed, in which the actual relic is embedded. [7]



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