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La Hechicera Extra Anejo rum Is distilled using the solera method and aged between 12 and 21 years in American white oak casks.
La Hechicera rum has been produced by the The Riasco family for the past two decades. They're the only family-run Rum distillery in Colombia. The rum derives its name from the Spanish word “Hechicera” which translates to “enchantress”.
Nice Ron with huge body, tobacco and coffee is like base of tastes. But many people will like it for its own stronger taste of those ingredients. Darker colour. Nice.
Smells like Ryoma, the first sip is pretty awful, but it's getting better with every other, full body.
What a great surprise! Vanilla, woody, lightly sweet. Great aroma and smooth flavor. Hardly any burn on the way down. This is a great rum to share with friends or enjoy by yourself.
It was too dry for me. The color was rich. The nose was balanced. The body was straight smookey and the aftertaste it was something like pure alcohol for me. I feel more pleasant with sweet rums but i had to taste it. There are 2 reasons i will try it again. The first is that i didnt add any ice or water and i would like to know if there is something hiding. The second is that i tried after plantation x.o. and millonario and im sure i didnt have "clear view"
Nice dark amber color. Notes of tabaco and toasted coffee. Citrusy flavor and lasting smooth finish.
La Hechicera is a naturally ‘unpolished’ rum, which means it has not been rounded up with additives or sugar, its smoothness and flavour are the result of the wood it is aged in. I'm starting to lean towards slightly drier rums so this one's a winner to me.
La Hechicera Extra Anejo - like it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The nose is light with a hint of age. Chocolate, roasted coffee ,subtle minty and peppery notes for a long finish. 80$ at LCBO is overpriced for this dry Solera rum with too much bite from the younger rums.
this is a strong tasing rum, but the heat is not too bad. Sweet, cinnamon
First at all, it is very creamy. It is like a Flor de Cana.
The coffee flavor is not so strong. There is a good balance of the flavor of vanilla, barrel and orange peel etc.
Many say this is really not a rum but I believe it is a top notch impression of what can be done with rum. Full bodied nose without the bite that translates as a sipper. No sharp burn but a pleasant explosion of flavors that blend nicely. As a mixer is where the sweet and full body shine adding taste to any mix and a surprising sweet touch on the back of your tongue. This rum has definitely found a home in my bar.
Not bad. Not great. Nothing really stands out about it either straight or mixed; though the wax seal on the bottle is pretty cool. Neutral +
Beautiful bottle, nice color. First tasting:"...the hell?". Second tasting: "Not so bad". Third try: "Oh shoot this is good. Dry but good. And what the hell is the flavour at the end ?" It was familiar but I could not decipher. As I do not drink coffee it took me a while. But yeah, then I remembered that the end is like roasted coffee beans. Lovely.
A blend of rums not exclusively from Colombia, and solera aged.
Warm, woody notes with a good level of sweetness too. Very smooth with a nice finish.
One of my favourites and a great buy around the £38-42 mark
This Columbian Rum is dry and so tasty. Glad I took a chance on this, will definitely become part of my regular rums and will keep a few bottles on hand. 👍
Orange peel aroma dominates this rum, light bodied, easy to drink
A top favorite for sure! No additives just a fine 12-21 blend. I actually prefer this over rums triple the price
Interesting! Starts easy and soft but slowly develops into spiciness with distinctive liqourice.
Caramel color pleases the eye. Tobacco and vanilla meets the nose. Very dry on the tongue, compared to most other dark rums I have tasted, again with tobacco and vanilla. A fleeting finish.
Caramel, Coffee, Oak Wood with hints of citris (Orange). Amber in Color with a nice logo stamp on the bottle. Very smooth and worth every penny it cost. Did not last a week in the house. The longer it sits in ice the better it tastes. 10 in my books.
Really good taste for the price. On the drier side, not too complex. Super nice bottle. Makes a great gift
Sweetness, burnt caramel, a bit of oak. Overall pretty smooth with a lingering finish.
Well it’s been a while since I’ve posted a review; spent some time drinking Rye and the commoners swill (Beer). Sometimes you have to leave something for bit to appreciate it again. Plus it took some time to accumulate some new bottles of rum. In any event into the review.
On the nose; orange zest dominates and a little tobacco.
On the palate; again orange zest and citrus with oak.
Maybe it’s been a while for me but I find it quite astringent for a bottle that claims to be a solera style between 12 and 21 years.
The finish is dry and oaky and bitter; not bad but not a top shelfer for me.
Not for beginners. Ok, means, no sweet rhum, certainly no difficult rhum, the kind you start appreciating after trying many sweeter rhums. Me and my uncle tasted this one after much zacapa, plantation and yes even cracken. And accepted this one as best price quality. A really great rhum, no sweets but far from bitter or alcohol spirit sharpness. 40 % is our max level and this one has that holy level.
Not outspoken, tasty, far from a cheap sweet taste, brilliant balance. Yes, the sorceresses deserves its name.