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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.
Sehr gut gemachter Rum aus Trinidad.
Nicht sehr anspruchsvoll in Nase und Gaumen,
aber ein durchaus süffiger Rum für alle Tage.
Very well made rum from Trinidad.
Not very demanding in nose and palate,
But a very tasty rum for all days.
A light gold color rum.
It is not a very intense rum but it has a sweet creamy vanilla aftertaste. With some chocolat flavor.
A dry but very nice & elegant rum.
This rum needs to some ice (on the rocks), it is a bit to soft to drink it straight up.
A perfect introduction into the world of rum...
I'm missing the classic rum sweetness. The colour a light brown version, with a medium smell and bit boring taste & aftertaste.
Mon premier rhum de dégustation. Je trouve que c'est une très bonne porte d'entrée dans le monde du rhum.
Sucré mais pas trop, mélasse bien présente et surtout une finale très très longue.
Peut-être un poil pas assez "riche", mais rapport qualité prix exceptionnel.
Je l'ai essayé en mojito : et bien c'est pas mal du tout...
I will usually drink spirits neat or on ice, this rum is falls into the ice category. There is so much to this rum that promises, oak nose, sweet aroma with vanilla and butterscotch, even a little tang to the tongue, but there is a harshness that I cannot identify making me want to put this on ice.
Bottle: A very nice looking bottle but a little lacking in label and distillery details. Looks good on the shelf but not interesting when picked up.
Color: Very light brown
Bottle Aroma: Light rum nose with a little bit of oak, and some spicy notes of vanilla, maple, and more biting ones, which comes as a pleasant surprise.
Glass Aroma: Sweet on the nose but the rum disappears in a small glass, I use a small flute and a cognac glass would better capture the bouquet.
Taste: Not initially warm as the oils coat the tongue, allowing tasting the oak very strongly, warms up and has a smaller effect in the mouth with the flavors than is caught in the bottle.
This might appeal to some palates but not to mine. I have it on the shelf and have noticed that guests enjoy the nose of this rum as much as I do but do not desire a second sample.
my friend showed me this rum and asked what i thought the price was. offcouse i was suprised. the bottle and taste cheated me.
nose is vanilla og and maybe a little alcoholic but not in a bad way
tase is wooden, vanilla, sweet and a little caramel.
very good valuerum
That's the word that came to my mind when I opened the bottle for the first time. So sweet and rich to the nose! Then, in the mouth, you do remember that it's rum and not syrup... Tasty but fiery! A revelation...
This rum has such an oaky taste that the first time I tried it my description was "it tastes like you are licking the deck of an pirate ship" and I meant that in a good way. I still love to sip this rum but I buy it less since it's price went up by about $5.
The nose was fine. Free from ethanol Nice clear caramel tone to it.
The taste has a whole lot of alcohol in it.. But there is rum..
The finish is packed with alcohol but it fades out and leaves you with loads of tones..
The bottle that this rum comes in is nice. It is typically to one you would expext to see on an old time rum ship. Short and squat.
The rum will grow on you, it is not a sweet rum. If you like your dry this is for you, it has an oak and vanilla aftwr taste rhat lingers for a while.
Mixed with coke the vanilla works well a bit like a subtle vanilla alcoholic coke.
Not a sipper for me as I like my rum sweet. It is smooth and the after burn is not bad either for a rum of this price.
Worth owning and one you would not mind mixing with coke.
I have quite a few friends from the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. They introduced me to this rum. It has good color and a level of smoothness, but it could have a better finish
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