A selection of the best rums of the Indochinese peninsula, which includes parts of Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. In 1939, the government of Siam decided to change the name of the country to "Thailand", until the renaming back in the wake of a new constitution, to finally correct the name to Thailand in 1949. Molasses produced from the distillery's own sugar cane, a 5-fold distillation in column stills as well as a storage in American ex-bourbon barrels give the Siam Edition its incomparable complex and spicy-woody character. To be able to guarantee a constant temperature, the storage room is located under the floor, with Angels' Share between 7 and 9% per year. The barrels are decanted several times and topped up with a rum of the same age until the rum is bottled after its 10-year maturation. Tasting notes:Color: Amber. Nose: Spicy, sweet, brown sugar, notes of wood. Taste: Spicy, sweet, candied fruit, notes of vanilla, oak and tobacco. Finish: Long lasting.