we are excited to announce the latest edition of our “Tasting Lottery” for April! This month, we are thrilled to partner with Decadent Drinks LTD, better known as “Rum Sponge”, to bring you an extraordinary opportunity to taste some exceptional rums. Angus MacRaild, the mastermind behind Rum Sponge and co-author of the renowned WhiskyFun blog, has generously provided us with 30 exclusive sets of the following rums (2cl each):
But that’s not all! The lucky winners will also be invited to a one-of-a-kind online tasting event with Angus himself, who will guide you through his exceptional releases and share fascinating insights from the world of rum. The exact date will be communicated shortly, please give us and Angus some more time to get everything organized.
How can you win a sample set?
To participate in the April Tasting Lottery, simply share a tasting note with a new photo in the RumX app during the month of April. Each tasting note you post will earn you one ticket, increasing your chances of winning this fantastic experience. The winners will be announced right here in the RumX Community Forum on May 1st. *
Can’t wait to taste the rums?
We launched our new in-app shopping feature yesterday, where Rum Sponge’s releases can be purchased conveniently through the app:
Don’t miss your chance to explore these remarkable rums and learn from the expert, Angus MacRaild! Huge thanks to Angus and the team behind for this fantastic opportunity!
Good luck to all, and happy tasting!
Your RumX Team
* Please note: Participants must be at least 18 years old and have a shipping address within the EU.
Hey, I know there already were discussions about the fairness of (re-)posting tastings with photos added while the original intention was probably to mainly add new tastings with photos which really happened at that time. Now they are of course a few shades in exploiting that system. Probably the most dubious is making a gallery of all your samples and bottles (even unopened) and posting them all within a month without having really tasted them at that time. Perfect fairness does not exist, I know, but this is…I don’t know… “not so cool”. Any idea on how to create more fairness?