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Angostura 1919 rum is produced in Trinidad by blending a combination of light and heavy molasses distilled rums. These rums spend at least 8 years aging in American oak bourbon barrels.
The name Angostura "1919" refers to the event in 1932 when Angostura's distillery was destroyed by fire. Miraculously, a handful of barrels filled with rum from 1919 survived and were purchased by J.B. Fernandes - the master blender of Fernandes Distillers.
Rhum très parfumé, aux arômes de noisette, gâteau fruits. Nez très suré.
a good one for a quite young rum. I'd consider it as a daily drinker
Not a rum that I will buy again. Boring aftertaste.
...read a lot of reviews that seem to be splendid, due to that high expectations. Not really met. For an 8 year old totally fine, the nose should be more pleasant...after drinking not very lasting...I would imagine much better as a mixer.
6.5 to a 6.75
Lite torr, mycket vanilj, kryddig, salnar lite fyllighet.
I don't mind it. Can drink it quite happily, but not my thing as it lacks a sweetness that I look for in rum.
Nice sipping rum, smooth, but vanilla flavor is somewhat overpowering.
I believe this will go great at a dinner party.
A friend gifted me a bottle of this. It was the first bottle I sipped through on the rocks with a lime. Good stuff and not harsh on the way down.
It had a good flavor but nothing outstanding about it to move it higher in the ratings for me; especially for the price.
A good rum to use as a standard benchmark. Nice aroma with a simple and uncomplicated flavour.
Cherchant des rhum des vieux et rond j'ai été un peu déçu.
The Rum is presented in a nice bottle (old packaging), low and squared. The aroma are quite sweet and wuickly you can identify something floral, almost like a rose. For me the "floral" side has been an issue real quick as I must have focused too much on it, but overall the Rum present several aromas like vanilla, fruits and orange peel... with that floral rose note!
You should definitely try it before you buy the bottle as this might not please everyone.
Nice vanilla flavor and not too harsh, but doesn’t have the complexity of some other drinking rums.
Un rhum avec un vanillé léger et un gout léger de marasquin qui qui lui donne de la personnalité. Un peu de sucre ajouté mais pas écoeurant pour autant.
Bon rhum léger et facile à boire. Apprécier du plus grand nombre.
One of the first rums I tasted and it’s still pleasing me. Today I think there is too much taste of arrack. If I want arrack I buy arrack. I will taste together with pea soup and see how it feels. Anyway it’s nice to have it in the rombar together with the other Angosturas when it’s in the old bottle.
Picture: My Angostura shelf.
This isn't a terribly complex rum and it can be a bit harsh neat, but mixed it lends good flavor.
Trevlig... Men mer att önska.
ok, but not memorable. Not the best Angostura IMO.
this one rates low every time the boys get together. maybe angostura makes good rum, but buy a different one from their catalogue. not memorable.
This and it's 1824 are solid but uninspiring. Drink it if its there but don't go looking for it. It's 1824 brother is an improvement but so it should be for the price premium
Très parfumé, Arôme de vanille!
A bcp perdu au file des dégustation
In this price range there are much more better rums. Not creamy, no additional flavours, only alcohol...
Angostura 1919 rum review by Refined Vices
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by Mike at Ultimate Rum Guide