Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Still the poor Brazilian rhum. I knew it was as bad.
Tried the Novo Fogo Gold Cachaca in Brazil and it's not a neat sipper like most of the high quality Brazilian Cachaca's are. The Novo Fogo Gold makes a decent Caipirinha, but there are dozens of better Cachaca's for you to try out.
Although this was only aged for 2 years in oak, I find it a little bourbon heavy for my liking.
Notes of bourbon, sugarcane, oak, and cinnamon, it's a little dry to be a favorite of mine.
This was renamed as Novo Fogo Barrel-Aged.
a little sweeter like an apple, not as much smoothness. Girlfriend loved it :)
Tart flavor with a long finish. The notes on the bottle indicates hints of apple pie, which I can sort of taste. In the right cocktail, the apple pie spices could definitely be accentuated.