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Brugal Añejo rum

Brugal Añejo

Dominican Republic | Gold

Brugal Anejo rum is a blend of rums aged 3 to 5 years in used American white Oak barrels that previously held whiskey and bourbon.

The rum is produced in the Dominican Republic by Brugal & Co., a company that was founded in the late 1800s by the Spaniard Andrés Brugal Montaner. Today, the Brugal rum company remains largely in the control of Montaner's direct descendants.

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Posted 6 days ago by Weglin from Poland with 10 ratings

Lekko wytrawny i aromatyczny. W swojej klasie cenowej moim zdaniem najlepszy. Uwielbiam jego smak. To jest rum!

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Posted 30 days ago by N3OCarter from Germany with 9 ratings

A bit rough on the edges. Full taste and enough complexity. My favourite for this price range yet.


Posted 1 month ago by Polish pirate from Poland with 13 ratings

No taki dziwny. Ma taki wyraźny posmak stęchlizny czy jakiejś beczki. W każdym razie coś z nim nie tak


Posted 2 months ago by alseick from Poland with 7 ratings

Sipping: low flavour, watery, whisky wood, a little bit alcoholic, but not in a bad way, smooth.

Mix: whisky woody notes. IMO it has a taste of rum and whisky mix.
Alternatives if you like woody rums:
Dictador 12(old wood french polish smell), Flor De Cana 12(more fresh, sweeter, a little bit more taste, rum-like wood notes), for me - only this one had this typical whisky wood smell.

Considering the price, it is a bargain for mixing if you like such notes. I do.

Notes: Scotch whisky wood, alcoholic, watery
Wood: Scotch whisky wood
Fruits: none
Sweet: almost none
Kick: medium-high
Salty: none
Flavour: low
Aftertaste: low-medium(wood)
Wine: none
Funk: none


Posted 2 months ago by Rod from United States with 18 ratings

Not a sipper, but excellent in rum and cokes. It has too much of a bite to be a sipper, but as a mixer, it cuts through nicely.

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Posted 2 months ago by Rinushorn from France with 88 ratings

Pas très original mais caractéristique d'un rhum dominicain


Posted 2 months ago by Kieron wood (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 471 ratings

A cocktail rum from the Dominican that's very flexible , wouldn't really try neat but excellent in a cheap old fashioned or a Hemingway .

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Posted 2 months ago by Captain Sam from Romania with 25 ratings

Just an alcohol. Not much in the way of aroma , nor for mixing and no way for shipping.
It comes of a cheap brandy, a little burn with little to no flavors.
For cocktails it adds a little hit without much else.
Bacardi is better.


Posted 2 months ago by Attila0811 from Hungary with 6 ratings

I tasted only a sip of it.
It was too... nothing for me.
It would make a great mixing rum, maybe I’ll try it later some other time but right now I only give it a 5, but I hope I can update it for a better review. :)

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Posted 2 months ago by Craiglee from Netherlands with 74 ratings

My father in law got me a bottle when on holiday in the Dominican Republic. Dirt cheap over there, but even so, hardly worth the money. Doesn't mix well with coke, doesn't taste right as a sipper.