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I killed about 3 of these bottles during my trip to Mexico at an all-inclusive. They had some good quality rums and they didn't skimp on drinks
It can be had for $14 in Wisconsin, and so I use it for fruit maceration and blends to a great effect. The Creme De Bananes I make with this is particularly good... the dryness from the rum opens up toasty and deep banana flavors that are otherwise lost when steeping with a sweeter rum. For the simple mixer, clementine juice is a great pairing.
For roughly $23 for a 1L you get one amazing rum. Good on it's own, the rocks, or with Cola. Mild smell, mild but good taste. Simply delicious.
This rum has a beautiful dark golden colour and a nice mild (not harsh) smell. The flavour is rich, with sweet and smoky tones. Makes an excellent rum and coke!
This is my now go to mixer. Cheap at under 20 bucks for a handle and its got a nice basic rummy flavor. Not having any overly unique flavors means this rum will be compatible with a lot of drinks.
I’m not a fan of drinking this one straight. Has a good smell and nice color, but I don’t like the bite. I prefer it mixed with some coke, which mellows the taste but still adds a nice rum flavor to my drink.
Another great rum from Flor de Cana. It’s a bit harsh to sip on but for a rum n’ coke it’s perfect! It’s not overly sweet or expensive.
To be fair, I need to try one that is aged a bit more, I like it mixed more than straight. Solids, gotta try the older and more refined rum from them.
haben wir in costa rica immer getrunken kommt zwar nicht von dort aber wird überall angeboten! schmeckt super mit cola;) ist ein rum zum mixen für mich. sogar in thailand im mariott haben sie den angeboten für ihre cocktails!
für mich stimmt die preisleistung!
I used to be a captains drinker and after trying this I am a 4 year Flor De Cana and coke drinker. Best tasting rum and coke I have ever tried.
As a fan of Flor de Cana 7, I was hoping to get 90% of that jewel for 60% of the cost, but alas, another failed attempt at bargain hunting. The Anejo Oro 4-yr just doesn't deserve the "vintage" appellation. It's much too young to sip it neat. There is a hint of spicy sweetness at the outset, but it's elusive to perceive and noting it may depend on one's frame of mind. For a liquor drinker on a budget, however, it's more entertaining to the palate than cheap vodka.
I’m giving it an 8 only if I were to compare it to rums of a similar like. Most of the rums I have rated on this site are aged many years, however this rum has an outstanding capability to mix with other juicies, sodas, self-made syrups, among others. It turns your cocktail to the sweet side but it will keep its distinctiveness.
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