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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.
Artificial alcohol taste. I guess 90% of the budget with bacardi is spend on marketing. Definitely not on the quality lf their low end products.
Nada especial para destacar, un ron blanco normal, unicamente lo utilizaria para cocktails, un ron basico, sobrevalorado por la publicidad
Well, I was introduced to this rum at a 5 star restaurant in Nashville, TN on a business outing. I was sadden to hear that the only rums they carried was Bacardi Superior, 151 and Black. I only wanted a simple Rum an Coke in which they used Bacardi Superior for. As my title...Meh. That is all I could think or say about it. If the word "boring" would be suited for this type of rum then it greatly exceeds. The coke still tasted pretty much like coke without even a hit of any rum flavor. However it did have the slight kick typical of any alcoholic drink. Would have been better off with a coke and Vodka if I wanted to keep that boring flavor with a kick. I can only imagine how this would taste when used as a mixer with other drinks.
For cheap bottom shelf rums I will stick to Cruzan. They are surprisingly better in my opinion. With El Dorado Rums for my home private stock.
All you can use this for is for mixing :) - I cannot imagine anybody that's able to drink this straight and say they like it.
This was the first rum I ever drinked, like must rum-unknown people. All-time in a baco, it doesn't taste bad, because the likely coke tast. The rum self is very bad and taste like gasoline.
A good rum to be mixed with tonic (e.g. Schweppes Ginger Ale) or used in Mojito. Taste wise pretty bland and unrecognizable in mixed drinks.
At the beginning I loved it because it was so dry. After tasting Havana Añejo Blanco I realized that a white rum can be more than that so I never tried it again altough it brings back old memories
Not terrible in a daiquiri or a fruity cocktail.
I share this with my friends who don't particularly care what they drink. It's cheap and you get what you pay for. There are better and worse products out there.
Difficult to be objective here since I have been drinking Bacardi since the 1960s and brings back happy memories of holidays in Spain when Bacardi was really cheap. Is it quality? No but taken in the atmosphere of the tapas bars and the garlic rich sea food still goes down a treat.
It's hard to comprehend why most bars use this instead of the baseline versions of Havana Club or Captain Morgan. It's incomparably worse, leaves a bitter aftertaste and I sincerely doubt there's actually rum in that bottle.
If they only have this, I'll order whisky or something else.
This Rum is hands down my favorite Rum when mixing with Coke. I am not a big spiced Rum fan. So I think it would be cruel to rate this Rum as one that you would drink straight. I don't think that is the true purpose of this Rum. If I am having a Rum and Coke, this is one for me!
This rum is every where and they sell a lot of it, so they must be doing something right? As for this its a white rum its no sipper nor is it very enjoyable with cola.
but in a proper Mojito its smashing,so keep this rum where it belongs in the cocktail.
Say what you will about Bacardi. I personally love the taste. You take one swig and it feels as though you've been transported to the Caribbean, barely noticing the alcohol bite through as the viscous, tropical blend dances around your gums.. Can you say 'paradise'? Not only does it get the job done, it does so at around $15 a bottle. In my opinion it can't be beat. A true workhorse. Save the expensive stuff for when you need to get fancy, swallow your pride and get fucked up off Bacardi lol
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