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Easily consumable in a bind
Caliche is for people that love colorful sweet mixed drinks. You know, those Apple Martini drinkers. I remember when this rum was introduced, I looked at the vendor that gave me a taste of it in disgust and said "this taste like sugar", he smiled and said "some people like that". To top things off, I just found out a few months ago that Caliche is made by Don Q. [Shaking my head]
If you're semi serious about rum and are looking for a decent diverse, simple, inexpensive white rum to mix with, please take the $20 bucks you would have spent on Caliche and buy 2 bottles of flavored Malibu, Don Q or Cruzan (my personal favorite amongst the three).
That's the high point of this rum. Sweet, bland, with a fake saccharine aftertaste. having trouble finding ways to finish this bottle.
I can agree with Don that it could be an OK mixer, but if it is priced and marketed as a super-premium rum but tastes like rebottled Bacardi Silver, then it's a big fail. I can get good mixing white rums at half the $22 price tag.
Didn't get on with the flavor in this one, there was something in the aftertaste not for me. I'm not a pro taster but would label it as unrefined.
Definite burn going down. Not a bad mixer. I added some coffee beans and a vanilla bean to what was left in the bottle, let it sit for a few days, and had a nice coffee rum. Still burned going down, but the flavor was nice.
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