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Bacardi Superior rum

Bacardi Superior Rum is the original Bacardi rum, dating back to 1862 when Don Facundo Bacardi Massó purchased his first rum distillery in Cuba. 150 years later, Bacardi Superior is now manufactured in Puerto Rico, but the recipe remains largely the same.

A unique strain of yeast discovered in the Cuban sugarcane fields is used to produce Bacardi Superior rum. The rum is filtered through charcoal, a process pioneered by Bacardi, before and after it is aged in oak barrels for at least one year.

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Posted 3 months ago by coolkayaker from United States with 16 ratings

I think this was the first light rum I ever tried right after Captain Morgan. Never liked it. No flavor. Burns. Harsh alcohol. I will not drink this. Many many other better runs out there for the same price or a buck or two more.

Posted 3 months ago by Britain22 from United States with 10 ratings

This rum and its name do not go together at all. I really don't like the taste of this rum nor do I even like using it as a mixer in drinks. It is probably just me but do not recommend this rum at all

Posted 4 months ago by jazz.tomtom from United States with 19 ratings

Living near a Bacardi plant my whole life it’s a staple name in my life. As well as a clutch bottle to depend on. I always appreciate a Bacardi superior and coke

Posted 4 months ago by Rhun from United States with 11 ratings

It’s not going to knock your socks off, but it is the perennial classic. Get a well drink from a bar and it’s likely to be be Bacardi. Clearly not for sipping, it is a staple for mixing. Very old company. Very consistent taste. If you need something to put into a Cuba Libre, this is the standard.

Posted 4 months ago by tortemd from Germany with 50 ratings

Hier zieht nur der Name. Trinke ich nur, wenn es nichts anderes gibt. Und nur gemischt.

Posted 4 months ago by Lebowski from Canada with 5 ratings

Ok, not for sipping. But perfectly fine in a mixed drink.

Posted 4 months ago by abrarey from United States with 19 ratings

Nothing to add is just a rum to mix drinks. you won't find any that excel. It does to job and is very cheap.

Posted 4 months ago by Inshore from Poland with 51 ratings

in fact there is a little difference with vodka. Even you can get much better polish vodka i lower price. If you like white alcohol vodka is better option then this. But this "rum" it is not so badly, just for drunk.

Posted 5 months ago by poly.pop from United States with 23 ratings

The rating description for 2/10 says it better than I can: "this is the rum that makes people say they don't like rum".

Posted 5 months ago by Mujuru from United States with 35 ratings

Its clear. Its on the shelf. I suppose you can take it to a party and mix it in stuff and get drunk. Thats fine, just don't try to drink this rum straight or on the rocks...just don't do it. I don't really have any use for it in my cabinet because there are far superior mixers for the same or better price. The issue really is that it has no flavor other than a barely noticeable citrus. I suppose if i had to choose between Bacardi Superior and a standard Vodka then I would choose the Bacardi Superior. Thats about all I can say for it though.

Posted 5 months ago by mstephens55 from United States with 14 ratings

I’m old enough that I was in the first wave of people who could drink when they lowered the drinking age to 18, back in 1973. This was the rum that everybody drank. Older and wiser now, and I do not drink it anymore!

Posted 5 months ago by NobleEskimo from Canada with 11 ratings

As white rum goes, it’s not terrible. In a mojito or daiquiri, it works. It’s flavours are not exceptional, and it won’t accent any cocktail, but it gets the job done as well as a cheap, mass produced rum can.

Posted 5 months ago by Pepperman from Germany with 18 ratings

Few aromas, stingy alcoholic note. A little better and less stingy than Bacardi white carte blanche.

Posted 5 months ago by Sbilmer from Canada with 10 ratings

Seems necessary to have on hand - only used for mixed drinks for company that doesn’t actually like rum. Not bad in a fresh mojito

Posted 5 months ago by IBO from Slovakia with 97 ratings

Rum vhodný pre svoj charakter len do miešanych napojov. Neodporúčam piť samotný,príliš mu nepomôže ani limetka a ľad. Naozaj ho beriem len ako barmansku pomôcku.

Posted 6 months ago by Bstayer from United States with 10 ratings

Go to rum when I want to have at with a coke. Add a splash of roses lime juice to add a little tartness.

Posted 6 months ago by MarioRonson from Peru with 38 ratings

ron blanco, suficiente para un Mojito regular. solo para cocktails

Posted 6 months ago by Jeff beales from United Kingdom with 22 ratings

Boring.
Bland
Nasty
Harsh.
This should never have been called a rum

Posted 6 months ago by mswoodruff (PREMIUM) from Singapore with 16 ratings

It’s the rum and coke go to choice, you know you have ;-)

Posted 6 months ago by Andero from Estonia with 63 ratings

Just for cleaning, dissolving or murdering purposes. Boozy with no taste.

Posted 6 months ago by daddkf from United States with 3 ratings

I use it in orange juice or coke and it is fine. I never have tried it straight up or on the rocks.

Posted 6 months ago by Nisan Jaffee from Israel with 14 ratings

Even worse than the Bacardi Gold. More like vodka than rum.

Posted 6 months ago by scallywagg444 from United States with 16 ratings

I won't touch it normally - they call it prefume in Puerto Rico and no one local drinks it. I've heard they make their rums with GMO sugar beets, but I have not been able to verify that. Harsh and flavorless.

Posted 6 months ago by Vlad from United Kingdom with 9 ratings

Good marketing, horrible rum, tastes like window cleaner