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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”.
Lo estuve buscando años hasta que lo encontré finalmente en Alemania. Pero valió la pena la espera, un sutíl toque a alcohol en el paladar. Pero a la vez mucha suavidad, mucha fruta, café y caramelo. De los mejores rones que he probado.
I like the sweeter rums, and this one is sweet, but not overly so, and still quite dry. Very nice nose when you open the bottle and very gentle on the palate with notes of chocolate, coffee and a reminiscence of tobacco. That last one principally on the tongue, a while after. No afterburn at all. Will definitely go back!
Assemblage de rhums Colombiens entre 12 et 21 ans selon la méthode Solera.
Tout d'abord, comment ne pas être attiré par l'emballage vif et coloré, ainsi que par cette magnifique bouteille, sur laquelle est écrite la promesse: "directement du fût à la bouteille, rien d'ajouté entre les deux"!
A l'heure des rhums 2.0, ça fait plaisir de savoir qu'on se retrouve face à un rhum pur et naturel!
Au nez, je détecte les notes de prune et de café annoncées.
En bouche, la première chose qui me surprend est sa rondeur, pour un rhum sans sucre ajouté il est très doux en première impression! On sent des arômes boisés, chocolatés et une petite pointe d'orange. Il est très agréable, riche et équilibré. La brûlure de l'alcool n'arrive vraiment qu'en fin de bouche...
Une très belle découverte: je conseille vraiment ce rhum!
Nice aroma, no alcohol burn in taste. Wood and chocolate aftertaste. Not bad but also nothing exceptional.
I'm going off a memory of rum fest, where I tried this after maybe 10 other rums, so maybe my memory isn't the clearest...
I do remember it being of the the biggest highlights of the event, wonderfully smooth with rich warm flavours and an incredible smell. Lovely
Love so much about this rum, especially the smokey, oak aroma. Smooth, flavoursome. Great bottle and named well, enchantress that it is.
This is a quite dry and unsweetened rum that is very enjoyable both as a sipper and a mixer. reminds me of Flor de cana 12 or 18 but with a coffee tint. Really needs to stand in the glass for 15 mins to tone down the ethanol vapours. There is some caramel smell in there , taste of barrel , toffee , coffee and smokey tones. Not available here in Australia but cheap as chips in the UK at Marks and Sparks give it a go...
The first sip I took wasn‘t very promising because of a strong smell of alcolol. The second one was much better! A nicly balanced rum with coffee, tabacco and orange taste.
From all the Colombian rims that I tasted during my one week holiday in Cartagena, Hechicera is bar my far the most balanced and smooth of all the Colombian rums I had the opportunity to taste.
Velmi pěkný RUM s pěkným příběhem o věnu pro jednu Kolumbijskou nevěstu. Při degustaci možná jeden z nejlepších. Určitě těžší RUM, ale moc rád bych domů celou láhev.
Initial burst of coffee and wood flavor, them a slight caramel finish...not as sweet as I like more like a Santa Theresa...would be an 8 in my books if it was a bit sweeter.
It's not quite Diplomatico but it's not far off - maybe not quite as smooth, not quite as sweet - but defintely has a character to it with a slight alcohol burn and a long lingering aftertaste of nicely roasted coffee. I have to say, a second bottle of this might see the rating go up a notch but for now it's good at 8/10.
Very dark in color but it stayed balanced. Its on the dryer side of rum. Not as dry as seale's but more than most. There is nothing offputing. The oak comes through on the finish. It wouldn't be my first choice but if I saw it at a bar it would be worth considering having again.
Rich and complex on the nose, creamy caramel and slight tropical notes on the palate. Good finish with little heat. This may become my house sipping rum - great quality/price ratio.
Had pretty high expectations on the La Hechicera Extra Anejo rum for 2 reasons. First of all it's very hard to find in South Florida and secondly since the Diplomatico family of rums are coming from the same region as the La Hechicera. I was quite surprised about the results though. The rum has very nice semi-dark color, a bit strong on the nose, very quick flavor burst and then nothing. No afterburn, no lingering after taste. La Hechicera is very similar to the Santa Teresa 1796 rum, which I also scored an 8. La Hechicera is a relatively decent rum, but far from being a great rum.
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